Chester County Evergreen Tree Farm located in Coatesville, PA 19320

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Evergreen Tree - Comparison Chart

Print or use this evergreen tree comparison chart to help select the trees that best fit your purposes and requirements. All values are estimates and averages for our area and can vary depending on soil and weather conditions and other elements.
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  Black Hills Spruce slow 6"-8" 40'-60' 20'-25'300

  Colorado Blue Spruceslow-medium8"-10" 40'-60'20'-25'600

  Fraser Fir slow 6"-8" 60'-80' 20'-25'200

  Norway Spruce medium-fast10"-12"80'-100'25'-30'100

  White Pine fast 12"-16"80'-100'30'-40'200

  White Spruce slow-medium8"-10" 60'-80' 20'-25'100

Note: Austrian Pine, Douglas Fir, and Hemlock are diseased throughout the U.S.
All of the above named trees grow well in our area and are most disease, insect, and drought resistant of all other evergreen trees. Although a buck (deer) will rub (scalp) any evergreen tree, they tend to concentrate on trees smaller than 5' tall.

typical growth: expected growth rate from year to year
per year: expected new growth height from year to year
typical height: expected height when mature or done growing
typical spread: expected width when mature or done growing
typical years: expected number of years when tree stops growing

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Chester County Evergreen Tree Farm located in Coatesville, PA 19320

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