This group of evergreens will withstand climatic and soil conditions of the mid-west, especially throughout Ohio, and under average exposure these types will develop normally in the suburban and country districts.

Abies brachyphylla Nikko Fir

Abies concolor White Fir

Abies veitchi

Veitch's Silver Fir

Chamaecyparis obtusa Japanese Cypress

Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera Thread-branched Cypress

Chamaecyparis pisifera squarrosa Veitch's Silver Cypress

Juniper us (in variety) Juniper

Picea alba (north only) White Spruce

Picea alcockiana Alcock's Spruce

Picea engelmanni Engelmann's Spruce

Picea excelsa (in variety) Norway Spruce

Picea omorika Servian Spruce

Picea pungens glauca Koster's Blue Spruce

Pinus cembra Swiss Stone Pine

Pinus montana mughus Dwarf Mountain Pine

Pinus nigra austriaca Austrian Pine

Pinus resinosa Red Pine

Pinus strobus White Pine

Pinus sylvestris Scotch Pine

Pseudotsuga douglasi Douglas Fir

Sciadopitys verticillata

Umbrella Pine Taxus baccata repandens

Spreading English Yew

Taxus cuspidata brevifolia Short-leaved Japanese Yew

Taxus cuspidata capitata Clustered Japanese Yew

Thuja occidentalis (in variety) American Arborvitae

Thuja occidentalis wareana Siberian Arborvitae

Thuja orientalis (northern grown) Oriental Arborvitae

Tsuga canadensis Canadian Hemlock

Tsuga caroliniana Carolina Hemlock