Tsuga photo gallery 2011
Hemlocks of all kinds!
The feathery foliage of hemlocks make it a great conifer to create textural diversity in the garden.
Feel free to post your own heterophylla, canadensis, mertensiana, dumosa, caroliniana, diversifolia, or sieboldii.
A few of mine:
canadensis 'Betty Rose' (I moved her to shade because her light-colored foliage began to burn in the sun.)
mertensiana 'Bump's Blue' (the best blue color I've seen)
mertensiana 'Sherwood Dwarf'
mertensiana 'Elizabeth' I believe she was discovered atop Mt. Rainier...
diversifolia 'Loowit' (purchased as a mature specimen!)
canadensis 'Gentsch White' pruning seems to improve the white flushes (denser growth habit creating a more spectacular show in spring and subsequent flushes possible later in the year)
Please share yours also!