Jervis Canadian Hemlock
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Jervis Canadian Hemlocks (Tsuga canadensis 'Jervis') were first discovered as juvenile plants near Port Jervis, New York, which is how they acquired their cultivar name. 

Up to 3 feet tall and 5 feet wide
Flowers, Fruit, Foliage
Dense branches grow in an irregular, upright habit and develop short, dark green needles. This species is non-flowering.
Pests & Diseases
Leaf blight, rusts, canker, sapwood rot, hemlock woolly adelgid, borers, mites, bagworm, hemlock looper, scale, spruce leaf miner, gypsy moth, sawfly
Landscape Use
Great as a hedge, accent, specimen, and screen
Care Practices
Plant in moist, well-drained soil in an area with full shade to part shade. These cold hardy plants do not tolerate extreme heat, humidity, or drought. Water regularly in summer months to prevent needle scorch.
Native Range
Canada, northern United States