In this video from nmsuaces we learn about choosing the right evergreen tree for your landscape. Upright Junipers are very good for the landscape. A topiary pruned juniper is something that the homeowner can maintain in the spiral form it is. An Austrian black pine is good for lower types of settings and low end soils. A Tanyosho pine can get to be about 10-12 feet and that would fit many landscapes. A Japanese black pine is a fast growing tree, and grows twisting an irregularly. Deodor Cedars are tress that the spruce won't do well but is very elegant and it is deer resistant. Leyland Cypress trees are good to use for windbreaks and are very attractive as well. Mugo pines do not grow tall. They are good for planting around a foundation or a sidewalk. It may require sprays to keep it protected from moths. Spruces are good trees especially the blue Colorado spruce. Bonsai spruces are good as well and having those is a talent and art.