Tsuga canadensis ‘Sergentii’ Sergent’s Weeping Hemlock conifer 1 gal

January 28, 2020 - Comment

AUCTION NOT OPEN TO BIDDERS FROM CA, OR, WA, or HI Tsuga canandensis ‘Sergentii’ is more commonly known by it’s common name Sergent’s Weeping Hemlock. Tsuga canadensis ‘Sargentii’ is a large, shrub-form of Canadian hemlock with spreading, layered branching and pendant branch tips. Plants will not develop a central leader, rather branches will radiate from

AUCTION NOT OPEN TO BIDDERS FROM CA, OR, WA, or HI Tsuga canandensis ‘Sergentii’ is more commonly known by it’s common name Sergent’s Weeping Hemlock. Tsuga canadensis ‘Sargentii’ is a large, shrub-form of Canadian hemlock with spreading, layered branching and pendant branch tips. Plants will not develop a central leader, rather branches will radiate from multiple trunks. After many years, a mature specimen will measure 10 feet (3 m) tall with a 20-foot (6 m) spread, an annual growth rate of 12 inches (30 cm) or more. This cultivar originated as one of four seedlings collected in the 1850s, in the wild by General Joseph Howland of Matteawan, New York, USA. Zones 4-8. You are bidding on the actual tree that appears in the photographs. It is a 2 1/2 year grafted one gallon tree that is approximately 12 inches tall and 24 inches wide. This tree will be shipped in a round 1 gallon container, slightly smaller than the square one that it is growing in (to fit our box). This auction is only open to United States bidders. Also, due to phytosanitary restriction regulations, we do not ship to Oregon, California, Washington state, or Hawaii. Please do not bid if you do not live in the U.S. or if you live in one of those three states. Also, please not that a 7% sales tax will be applied to bidders from the state of New Jersey. No sales tax will be applied to buyers outside of New Jersey. We are experienced growers of rare and unusual trees. Bid with confidence. We provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If for any reason you are unhappy with the tree when you receive it, simply return it on a Monday or Tuesday of the week following your receipt of the tree, in its original condition, and we’ll reimburse the purchase price (not to include original or return shipping/handling costs incurred). Page’s Run Nursery is offering a nice variety of 1-gallon Japanese Maples this week. Please view our other auctions for these listings. Happy Bidding!!!!

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