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Canadian Hemlock


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Canadian Hemlock - Tsuga Canadensis

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USDA Climate Zone: 3b to 7

Tree Height: 40-70 feet

Tree Width: 25-35 feet

Growth/Year: 1-2 feet 

Soil Type: moist, well-drained, acid soil

Sun: Full Sun
Ships As - Bareroot Plant


Though useful as a hedge and screen, it can be grown for groupings, accent plants and foundation planting. This tree is common at elevations greater than 1000 feet. You will find this tree on mountain sides and slopes, and anywhere that has good drainage. It is not drought tolerant. There are many varieties of the Hemlock tree. The Hemlock is one of the few conifers to tolerate partial shade.


There's Not A long living evergreen quiet like the Canadian Hemlock



The Canadian Hemlock, Tsuga canadensis, is a magnificent, versatile, long-lived tree that will add beauty and value to your property. Also known as the Eastern Hemlock, it grows in Zones 3-7, preferring well-drained, slightly acidic soil. As a specimen tree, the Canadian Hemlock will mature at 40-70 feet with fragrant, blue-green needles on branches extending to the ground.

Planted closely together, the Canadian Hemlock will quickly become a thick, dense privacy screen or hedge. These trees respond well to shearing and can be maintained at the desired height. As an added bonus, the Canadian Hemlock is shade-tolerant.

Even the smallest property can enjoy Canadian Hemlocks. Dwarf cultivars, such as ‘Cole’s Prostrate’, look wonderful as a foundation planting or weeping over a rock wall, maturing at less than 2 feet tall and 4-5 feet wide.

Whatever variety you choose, the Canadian Hemlock will delight you for many years. 



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  1. Not happy Hemlock

    Posted by Unknown on 4th May 2016

    When I received my tree, some of the roots were out of the bag and dry. Branches seemed a little dry and the needles were falling off in the shipping box. I put in a bucket of water on my porch so that it could receive indirect sunlight. Left it there for 3 day then planted it. It is struggling and not sure if it is still alive.

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