Betty Rose Canadian Hemlock
Tsuga canadensis ‘Betty Rose’
An extremely slow-growing, mound with an irregular shape, Tsuga canadensis ‘Betty Rose’ produces white-tipped foliage that takes on a blush of light pink in spring. Although difficult to propagate, the tiny hemlock has many qualities a conifer collector desires: foliage, color and a tight, petite form.
- Garden Size: 2’H x 2’W
- Dwarf: 1-3″/year
- Habit: Globe Shaped
- Hardiness: Zone 4
- Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade
Many perennials and bonsai plants will have a ‘winter look’ that differs from how they look when actively growing. Colder temperatures and short days alter the appearance of these plants as they go thru seasonal changes. Some plants require this reboot to bloom and/or perform at their best during the growing season. Plants may remain semi-dormant until early spring. Rest assured that these cosmetic changes do not adversely affect the health of your plant.