The narrow tree species can have a column, spike, cone, or pole-like shape.
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Hardy in zones 3-7.
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Family Betulaceae (birch family) Synonym Carpinus betulus 'Monument'. The Katsura is a deciduous tree with a moderate to fast growth rate that reached to about 50 feet in height at maturity. It stays slender, maxing out at 6 feet (2 m.
Its average height is around 8 to 10 feet. .
Carpinus betulus Columnaris Nana Though hornbeams are fairly rigid, narrow trees to begin with, this variety is even more well-behaved.
Genus. Skinny columnar evergreen trees are ideal for small, compact gardens where ornamental trees dont have room to spread.
. Evergreen Eastern hemlock (conifer) Japanese yew (conifer) Pawpaw (Southern species) Here is more information about the 11 trees which are suitable for planting in full shade locations.
Typical cypress trees can reach 115 feet, while some dwarf varieties only grow up to nine feet tall (and 1-2 feet wide).
. . They aren't necessarily narrow, but they appear to be because of the branching. Despite its name, the weeping cherry is grown for decoration, not fruit, though birds eat the small black fruit. The Hinoki Cypress is a dwarf columnar tree that stays under 5 feet tall. The Dawyck Purple European beech is a medium-sized columnar tree with dark purple leaves, light gray bark, and small yellowish-green flowers.
It rises to 30 feet (9 m.
Its also slow growing, putting on only a few inches a year, so its suitable for containers as well as small entryway gardens. A dwarf southern magnolia with lush, glossy, two-toned foliage thats dark green on top and reddish brown on the flip side.
As far as deciduous trees go, a small columnar oak called Kindred Spirit is a nice choice.
Hardy in zones 3-7.
Weeping cherries thrive in zones 5 through 8 as long as they have full sun.