Tsuga canadensis 'Abbott's Fountain' / Abbott's Fountain Canadian hemlock

This small cultivar is open in the center and spreading in habit. It has weeping branches with dark green foliage. Cones and buds are typically small and the bark is usually brown and furrowed. It is presumed to have originated with Frank L. Abbott of Vermont in the 1930s but it's earliest record was a listing by H.J. Hohman of Kingville Nurseries in Maryland about 1970.