This miniature garden tree, the Moon Frost Canada Hemlock, is a favorite mini garden tree for shade or part sun. It ages really well and can be kept in a tree shape for years. Just be sure to shear it in late winter to keep the canopy in proportion to the trunk/garden AND it'll help keep it's color-changes throughout the seasons (see below.)
It can do well in full (cool) sun as long as the ground remains evenly damp and cool - in zones 4 through 8. It often mimics a small tree with its small trunk underneath the airy foliage. This Hemlock variety is fun - it changes color throughout the year:
Late winter/early spring, the whitish-green needles will get a pink blush on them.
Springtime, the new growth is a creamy white at the tips of the branches (A treat for the eye at the end of a long winter.)
Summer, it turns back to a light gray-green celery color.
Winter, shear it back before the new growth begins so you can appreciate the creamy tips in the springtime.
- Trim away the bottom branches to show off the trunk and make it into a "tree"
- Growth: less than 1"/yr
- Cold hardy to -30F or Zones 4 to 8
- Heat Zones 8 - 1
- Full or part sun
- Regular water
- Pot shown is 4 inches in diameter
- An outdoor plant
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