Nova Scotia to Georgia, but the farther south you travel the higher in the mountains you will find them.
Pyramidal, pendulous at maturity.
Part to full shade, moist, well-drained, sandy, acidic soil.
This is a beautiful specimen and grows well in the right conditions, can be used for screening and shady areas.
Evergreen; Almost always 2-ranked, linear and pointed, attached by a petiole which can be an ID.
Buds are non-showy, very small, ovoid, and slightly hairy.
Gray deeply furrowed bark, appears nearly reddish purple underneath.
Small ovoid cone with a stalk.
Seed, cuttings, layering.