Tsuga canadensis Albospica: This lovely, open hemlock has been cultivated and enjoyed since 1866. Its foliage has snowy-white tips that contrast dramatically against the mature, dark-green needles. A single tree contributes a large, elegant flash of brilliance to brighten the shade garden.
The pendulous branches and leader of this informal, upright European silver fir spiral or twist to give it a very attractive, sculptural appeal. New light green needles that mature to glossy green are decorated by silvery undersides.