Tsuga caroliniana
Carolina Hemlock
4 to 7  
Southeastern United States (southwestern Virginia to northern Georgia in the Blue Ridge Mountains)

45 to 60’ in height by 20 to 25’ spread.
Plants are monoecious. Flowers are inconspicuous.
Radiating around the stem, linear, 1/4 to 3/4” long, about 1/12” wide.
Reddish brown, deeply fissured, scaly.
Cones on short stalks.



‘Arnold Pyramid' - Pyramidal, dense, with a rounded top, 25 to 35’ high.

‘Compacta’-Dwarf, low growing and very dense, wider than high.



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