Tsuga canadensis 'Abbott's Weeping' / Abbott's Weeping Canada hemlock

A procumbent dwarf with irregularly pendulous branched and especially deep green needles, similar to 'Kelsey's Weeping.' Found before 1972 in a field near Athens, VT, by Frank L. Abbott, one of the important early American conifer collectors of the 1930s. (Considered by some to be synonymous with 'Abbott's Dwarf.')