This strongly weeping spruce will need a stake to keep an upright form. The plant named by Robert Fincham has golden needles and will need afternoon shade so it doesn’t burn.
This fun small plant has the cutest pink-purple cones even on young plants. The little cones will turn tan through the rest of the season. This arching plant makes a nice container plant for the garden.
Pixie Dust is an extremely small dense growing Alberta spruce. This plant comes from Iseli Nursery, Boring Or. Will only get to 18” in many years.
Eventually 10’-12’ tall. This mid green spruce will have a layered form. A really pretty specimen plant.
This is a dwarf golden spruce from Asia. The small plant will be golden, especially in spring.
This golden needled spruce creates a moderate sized evergreen tree. We have seen 15-20' trees. The needles are short and cover the branches. Best color in winter.
This 10’x3’ spruce will form a narrow upright light green conifer. Found by Van Speybrock Nursery, OR.
Was a witches broom on Picea 'Fat Albert', an upright form. This rounded shrub stays small and doesn't form a leader. If you want a blue spruce but don't have a huge garden, P. pungens 'Blue Pearl' is for you.
I just saw this plant in August at Talon Buchholz’s nursery and was amazed. The blue needles appear on a horizontal branch structure. The cones cover the plant even on small specimens. Only 5 plants available! Extra shipping