Adaptable, versatile evergreens
Picea (Spruce) are evergreen coniferous trees or shrubs that often display tall, narrow, symmetrical habits with sharp needles and attractive, dangling cones. There are numerous sizes, colors, and shapes from which to choose, however, including dwarfs and miniatures that do very well in containers. Picea make fantastic rock garden plants, additions to hedgerows, or stately specimens, due to their hardiness, tendency to be ignored by deer, drought tolerance (once established), and wonderful adaptability!
Very slow growing, it reaches only about 14 feet high and 4 feet wide after a decade's growth.Trade Gallon (3qt) $44.95
Named the 2007 Collectors' Conifer of the Year by the American Conifer Society.Trade Gallon (3qt) $43.95
Slow-growing, it is very amendable to being supported and trained.Trade Gallon (3qt) $39.95
The spring needles emerge light green, slowly changing to a lovely bluish-green.Trade Gallon (3qt) $44.95