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smaller varieties
SPRUCE-BIRD’S NEST Picea abies ‘Nidiformis’ 3/5 ft. 1/1.5 m Low growing shrubs with flat topped branches; concaved center
SPRUCE-BLUE NEST Picea mariana nana 3/5 ft. 1/1.5 m Low growing evergreen with bluish green needles zone 3
SPRUCE-COLUMNAR BLUE Picea pungens ‘Fastigiata’ 10/3 ft. 3/1 m Narrow upright growth habit; blue new growth turns silver with age
SPRUCE-DWARF NORWAY Picea abies ‘Pumila’ 3/5 ft. 1/1.5 m Low growing compact shrub with mounding growth habit
SPRUCE- GLOBE BLUE Picea pungens ‘Globosa’ 8/6.5 ft. 2.1/1.8 m Slow growing, globe-shaped, dwarf tree; bright silver green foliage
SPRUCE-WEEPING NORWAY Picea abies ‘Pendula’ 6/8 ft. 1.75/2.5 m Upright, weeping growth habit; lower branches may act as ground cover
Did you know that Lodgepole pine is the official tree of Alberta?
evergreens
Name Botanical Name Comments
SPRUCE-FAT ALBERT Picea pungens ‘Fat Albert’ Wide, dense, pyramidal growth habit; vivid blue needles
SPRUCE-HOOPSII Picea pungens ‘Hoopsii’ Narrow, pyramidal growth habit; very bright blue needles
Height/Spread
25/12 ft. 8/3.5 m
30/10 ft. 10/3 m
Sun/Shade Zone
sun to part shade 3
sun to part shade 2
sun 3
sun to part shade 3
sun to part shade 3
sun to part shade 3
sun to part shade 3
sun to part shade 3
sun to part shade 2
sun to part shade 4
SPRUCE-MONTGOMERY Picea pungens ‘Montgomery’ Compact shrub with blue foliage, pyramidal shape as it matures
SPRUCE-WEEPING BLUE Picea pungens ‘Pendula’ 20/8 ft. 6/3.5 m Upright, weeping growth habit; lower branches may act as ground cover
3/7 ft. 1/2.5 m


































































































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