Tsuga canadensis 'Armistice' / Armistice Canadian hemlock

A flat-topped, broadly conical dwarf with strong, densely set, horizontally spreading branches and very densely arrange, oval, broad, deep green glossy needles. Selected prior to 1957 by Ralph M. Warner of Connecticut, which has led to the synonym 'Warner's Armistice' for this cultivar. (There is some thought that it because of some variability in this cultivar there may be more than one clone and another cultivar, 'Muttontown,' which Warner distributed at the same time, may be related.)