We have a very large variety of trees to choose from.
Full Sun to medium shade. They prefer a moist, well drained soil, but they tolerate clay soil well too. They also handle alkaline soils and drought just fine. If planted near in wet soil or along a pond, expect it to sucker a lot.
Balsam fir is very cold hardy, but does not do well in hot, humid summers. It prefers an acid, well drained soil, but can tolerate sites that are more consistently moist. Does poorly on dry exposed sites. Full sun to full shade.
Best used as an understory plant in moist, shady sites. Soil Preference: Alkaline soil, Moist, well-drained soil. Light Exposure: Full sun, Partial sun/shade, Full shade
Spruce grow best in full sun. Dense shade results in bare branches. Protect from drying winds. Adaptable to wide range of soil but require good drainage and benefits from irrigation in dry weather.
This species prefers rich, moist soils but can also tolerate drier sites. Produces a chemical, juglone, which is toxic to many plants. Light Exposure: Full sun, Partial sun/shade