How to Grow Canadian Hemlock Seedlings?

Answer Canadian hemlock (Tsuga canadensis), also known as eastern hemlock, is native to cool, humid regions in the U.S. and Canada. The seedlings are slow-growing -- only 1 inch in their first year -- and... Read More »

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How fast per year do Canadian hemlock trees grow?

The Canadian hemlock tree will grow, on average, 1 to 3 inches per year. The tree will easily adapt to almost any kind of soil and will grow to about 70 feet tall. Climate can play a big part in t... Read More »

Is the Canadian hemlock poisonous?

The Canadian hemlock tree isn't poisonous---in fact, you can brew its needles to drink as a tea. Its Latin name is Tsuga canadensis. The poison hemlock plant that has fatal toxicity levels is Coniu... Read More »

Canadian Hemlock Tree & Its Healing Properties?

The Canadian hemlock tree is a member of the evergreen family. Its ability to prosper in cold climates and virtually any degree of shade means it can grow to large heights and exude a healthy look.... Read More »

Where do hemlock trees grow?

Hemlocks, technically any tree in the genus Tsuga, are native to Canada, parts of the United States as far reaching as Minnesota and Alabama, and Asian nations such as Taiwan, China, and Japan.Refe... Read More »