Dwarf Spruce Trees
Dwarf Alberta Spruce
Picea glauca Dwarf Alberta Spruce. Dwarf Alberta spruce is a small, dense evergreen widely used as a container plant or in rock gardens. Dwarf Alberta spruce may also be planted as an accent specimen or novelty tree in your landscape. It may eventually reach 6′, however it is very slow growing and will take years.
Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce
Picea pungens ‘Globosa’ Globe Blue Spruce 3′- 5’evergreen shrub with bright blue needles which hold their color well throughout the year. The blue is more intense during the summer months. Globe Blue Spruce has a flat topped and densely branched form. It is a wonderful accent where you need color in a landscape design.
‘Bird’s Nest’ Dwarf Norway Spruce
Picea abies ‘Nidiformis’ ‘Bird’s Nest’ dwarf Norway spruce 2′-3′ tall, 4-5′ wide. A low growing variety which earns its name from the birds nest shape. Due to the dwarf height, ‘Bird’s Nest’ Norway spruce is ideal for front yard landscape plan or small residential gardens. Evergreen with stiff, medium green needles. May be used as a groundcover shirb in mass plantings.
‘Dandylion’ Dwarf Golden Norway Spruce
Picea abies ‘Dandylion’ dwarf Golden Norway spruce 4′. A compact Norway spruce variety for small space gardens. ‘Dandylion’ Dwarf Golden Norway Spruce has a yellow gold tint to the needles and will produces attractive cones in fall.
‘Pusch’ Dwarf Norway Spruce
Picea abies ‘Pusch’ Dwarf. Slow growing, reaches 18-36″ tall and wide. A This attractive, sprawling evergreen shrub which is easy to grow as a garden accent. It may be used as a groundcover in mass plantings. The dense branches of ‘Pusch’ Norway Spruce have bright green needles. Tiny cones which are red in spring, then mature to brown, add visual interest.
Tall Spruce Trees
Colorado Blue Spruce
Picea pungens Colorado Blue Spruce 30′-60′. A handsome tree with densely covered, rigid, tiered branches with stiff gray-blue needles. Colorado Blue Spruce grows in a classic pyramid shape and is a best choice for privacy planting, a large screen or as a backdrop. The silver blue tint to the needles can really set off a border garden or stand out in a landscape.
Colorado Blue Spruce ‘Bacheri’
Picea pungens ‘Bacheri’ Colorado Blue Spruce 30′-40′. A Colorado Blue Spruce cultivar with slender habit which makes it a good choice for smaller yards. ‘Bacheri’ Colorado Blue Spruce has dense needles which hold the blue color well. Branching is at an upward angle.
Blue Spruce ‘Baby Blue Eyes’
Picea pungens Blue Spruce ‘Baby Blue Eyes’ 15′-30′. A semi-dwarf spruce tree which is useful when planted in smaller landscapes or confined spaces such as between houses or beside a driveway. The lovely blue color of ‘Baby Blue Eyes’ blue spruce may be used as a background in a border garden and the dwarf size makes it work well in a small space landscape. ‘Baby Blue Eyes’ is great companion plant to taller, dark green spruce trees.
Columnar Norway Spruce
Picea abies ‘Cupressina’ Columnar Norway Spruce 20′ x 5′ – 6’w. Elegant columnar spruce tree variety, perfect when planted as a specimen, as a perimeter planting along a driveway or at a front door. Columnar Norway Spruce has a formal, slender, uniform growth habit with dense branching that reaches to the ground. Evergreen needles are deep green and curve slightly on closely set branches. Columnar Norway Spruce is ideal when used as a narrow space windbreak or privacy wall.
Norway Spruce Trees
Picea abies Norway Spruce Evergreen Conifer 60′-80′. Fastest growing of the spruces. Strong, graceful branches are covered with attractive dark green needles. Branches develop a pendulous habit as the tree matures. Norway Spruce preforms well in Georgia landscapes and is ideal as a privacy hedge, noise abatement or wind break.
Red Tipped Norway Spruce
Picea abies ‘Rubra Spicata’ Red Tipped Norway Spruce. Evergreen Conifer 25′. For about two weeks in spring, Red Tipped Norway Spruce is covered deep red new growth gives this cultivar a unique look for a spruce. As spring passes into summer the foliage will turn reddish-brown and then to green. Red Tipped Norway Spruce is smaller than the species variety and suitable for smaller landscapes.
Weeping Spruce Trees
The Blues’ Weeping Blue Spruce
Blue Spruce ‘The Blues’ a weeping variety with strongly sweeping branches, irregular spread and drooping crown. It has the classic silver blue needles of a blue spruce tree to bring vibrant color to a landscape design. ‘The Blues’ is a unique focal point for a front yard of backyard seating area.
Weeping Norway Spruce
Picea abies ‘Pendula’. A dramatic weeping evergreen tree composed of weeping branches which trail outward, Needeles are dense and deep green. Weeping Norway Spruce works well when trained to feature its naturally pendulous shape to create a handsome garden specimen.
Spruce tree varieties in our plant nursery garden center are subject to change. Container and B&B sizes.