Conifers
Spruce /Picae

Norway

Picae abies
Zone: 2

Height: 25 m
Spread: 10 m
Shape: Pyramidal
Foliage: Dark green

A tall, rapid growing tree, used for a windbreak or as a specimen. Dark green needles on dense branches. Large cones are attractive as Christmas ornaments.

White

Picea glauca
Zone: 2

Height: 25 m
Spread: 4.5 m
Shape: Pyramidal
Foliage: Green

A hardy, shapely tree with dark green foliage, splendid as a specimen tree. As it stands trimming, it is also useful in windbreaks. Will tolerate cold exposed areas, drought and heat.

Serbian

Picea omorika
Zone: 5

Height: 21 m
Spread: 4.5 m
Shape: Pyramidal
Foliage: Silvery-green

A hardy ornamental spruce which is very attractive with its silvery-green foliage. Desirable as a lawn specimen. Slow growing and densely branched, narrow pyramidal form. Short ascending branches, hold flat, short, glossy green needles, with two distinct silver-white bands on the under surface. Use where space may be restricted. Will tolerate urban conditions.

Colorado

Picea pungens
Zone: 2

Height: 20 m
Spread: 4.5 m
Shape: Pyramidal
Foliage: Blue-green

Strong hardy grower, making an ornamental tree of great beauty. A broad, pyramidal shape that makes it suitable for a specimen, hedge or windbreak.

Colorado Blue

Picea pungens ‘Glauca’
Zone: 2

Height: 20 m
Spread: 5 m
Shape: Pyramidal
Foliage: Blue

Beautiful blue form of the Colorado Spruce. Symmetrical broadly pyramidal form with rigid, tiered branches that are densely covered with stiff gray-blue needles. Easily sheared. Will tolerate fully exposed conditions and likes well drained locations.

Exotics

Also available: Limited specimens of Meyer, Bulgarian and Oriental.