Tsuga canadensis 'Andrews' / Andrews Canadian hemlock

This slow growing dwarf cultivar is pyramid-like in shape and has dark green foliage with brown edges. Cones and buds are typically small and the bark is usually brown and furrowed. It originated with Howard S. Andrews, a Seattle-area nurseryman, in 1936 who gave it the name 'Minuta-nana' but that was later changed to avoid confusion with the extant cultivars 'Minuta' and 'Nana.'