Giant Sequia - Fast growing, shade tolerant, and densely branched evergreen. One of the tallest growing evergreens to heights of over 200 ft. and with massive trunk diameters. They are also capable of living for several thousand years. Wood is rot resistant. A Pacific Northwest native that requires well-drained but moist soils high in organic matter. The hardiest redwood, to about -15°F. Zone 6-8.
Incense Cedar - Very tall, narrow evergreen tree with dense foliage. Effective as a fast growing windbreak or privacy screen that can take shearing. Attractive to wildlife as a nesting site and for shelter. Has very aromatic foliage. Red scaly bark. Produces small cones. Native to the Pacific Northwest. Can grow 50-90 ft. with a spread of under 10 ft. wide. Zone 5-8. - SOLD OUT
Western Red Cedar - Fast growing, very common native conifer in the Pacific Northwest. Will grow in shade and moist soils. Dark green scaly foliage is very aromatic. Red scaly bark. Grows to an average of 50-70 ft. tall but can reach up to 180 ft. in its native habitat. Long-lived. Rot resistant timber. All parts of Western Red Cedar can be used in crafts and woodworking. Hardy to -20° F. Zone 5-7.