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Picea mariana 'Aureo-variegata'
Variegated Black Spruce
Description
'Aureovariegata's' soft, graceful habit helps set it apart from the species, as does its charming golden glow. When established in full sun, the blue-green needles of Picea 'Aureovariegata' have a frosting of creamy yellow on the topside of the needles, resulting in a unique layered look that enhances the horizontal branch structure of this broad upright conifer. The golden coloring varies throughout the seasons, but remains an eye-catching pleasant contrast to the predominately blue foliage.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
30'
Mature Spread
10-12'
Zone
3-7
Foliage
Green/Yellow
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Picea mariana 'Blue Teardrop'
Blue Teardrop Black Spruce
Description
Tear-drop shape with densely-packed short, blue needles. This dwarf conifer maintains a small habit that practically maintains itself. Nothing sad about that!
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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
4'
Mature Spread
4'
Zone
3-8
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Picea omorika 'Nana'
Dwarf Serbian Spruce
Description
We shear our Dwarf Serbian Spruce into a tight globe; however, if left unsheared, it will develop into a very broad compact pyramid. Like the species, ?Nana? sports the green needles on top and blue needles on bottom, which produces a beautiful bicolor effect. Since its introduction in Holland in 1930, this dwarf spruce selection has been very popular due to its rapid growth and hardiness. Its rapid growth when young is due to the tendency for all of its numerous buds to break, thus, in one year, it can nearly double in size, eventually reaching 6-8' tall and 4-6' wide.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Zone
4-7
Foliage
Silver/Grey
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Picea omorika 'Pendula Bruns'
Bruns Weeping Serbian Spruce
Description
Voted 2007 Collectors Conifer of the Year by the American Conifer Society.

This weeping Serbian grows strictly narrow, similar to the habit of Picea glauca 'Pendula'. As landscapes get smaller, 'Bruns' will become a perfect choice for narrow spaces. Characteristic bluish-silver needles demand attention as the plant grows into a tall specimen. 'Bruns' puts on 6-10 inches of growth per year, establishing a 6-8' tree in ten years. This cultivar was found at Bruns Nursery in Germany.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
3-7
Foliage
Blue/Green
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Picea omorika 'Pendula'
Weeping Serbian Spruce
Description
Picea omorika 'Pendula' is the weeping form of the species. Its growth habit is somewhat dwarf and narrow with very exaggerated, cascading branchlets. This gives the "Weeping Serbian Spruce" the advantage of withstanding damage from heavy snow loads. Its needles embellish the beauty of this tree with their slight twist, revealing the silver underside. As it matures, 'Pendula's' beauty only increases. On its own, or coupled with some creative landscape lighting, this tree is truly majestic.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
4-7
Foliage
Silver/Blue
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Picea omorika 'Pimoko'
Pimoko Serbian Spruce
Description
'Pimoko' forms a lovely, dense mound of short blueish-green needles with white undersides. Reddish-brown buds appear in the spring to add contrast. It's a proven winner in the landscape and very low maintenance. At maturity, 'Pimoko' can become more irregular in shape. This dwarf conifer will reach 3' tall by 3' wide in 10 years.
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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
3'
Mature Spread
3'
Zone
4-8
Water
Medium
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Picea orientalis 'Aureospicata'
Variegated Oriental Spruce
Description
The short, glossy, dark green winter needles of the "Variegated Oriental Spruce" are overlaid by butter-yellow new shoots in the spring. This produces a truly dazzling effect and it is easily as showy as most flowering plants. 'Aureospicata' always elicits exciting comments from people when they see it in May. As the summer begins, the new needles completely elongate and gradually turn back to a dark glossy green. It grows as a narrow pyramid, which allows it to be used in smaller landscapes than most other tall growing evergreens. For all of its attributes, 'Aureospicata' is without a doubt the most spectacular cultivar of the species.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
30'
Mature Spread
15'
Zone
4-7
Foliage
Green/Yellow
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Picea orientalis 'Bergman's Gem'
Dwarf Oriental Spruce
Description
'Bergman's Gem' is an excellent dwarf conifer. Its flattened-globe form is covered in tiny, very short needles that are a polished dark green. 'Bergman's Gem' is somewhat funnel shaped when young, and matures to a flat global bush. It increases in size by only three inches per year. Whether grown in its natural bush form or on standard, this plant is sure to be a 'gem' in any garden.
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Sun
Full sun/ Partial shade
Growth Rate
Miniature
Zone
4-7
Foliage
Green
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Picea orientalis 'Nigra Compacta'
Compact Oriental Spruce
Description
This slow growing spruce is a real beauty. Its needles are shorter and darker green than those on most orientalis. 'Nigra Compacta' grows into a very dense pyramidal compact tree. When it is young, this selection is wider than tall, but develops into its pyramidal form with age. Customers that receive this dwarf oriental spruce will undoubtedly reorder it year after year. Our ten-year-old trees are only three feet tall and less than two feet wide.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Zone
4-8
Foliage
Green
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Picea orientalis 'Nutans'
Nutans Oriental Spruce
Description
It's not easy being green, but this stout and irregular upright makes it look that way. Dark foliage is accented by bright green as new growth emerges.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
8'
Mature Spread
4'
Zone
3-8
Foliage
Green
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Picea orientalis 'Skylands'
Yellow Oriental Spruce
Description
'Skylands' is a slow-growing, golden tree that has been very popular since its origination at Skyland Farms in New Jersey. It is especially nice when grown in partial shade, where the gold is not so bright, but rather a rich yellow-green. As with many of the Picea orientalis selections, 'Skyland' produces beautiful red cones in the spring and has short, densely packed needles. A 20-year-old tree will only be about eight feet tall.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
4-7
Foliage
Yellow
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Picea pungens 'Bizon Blue'
Bizon Blue Colorado Spruce
Description
We are proud to offer you our very own cultivar of Picea pungens var. glauca. The Bizon Blue Colorado Spruce was discovered at our nursery and we promote its cultivation for its many wonderful characteristics. This specimen is as blue as 'Hoopsii', but has proven to be even denser. It is also important to note that the 'Bizon Blue's brilliant blue coloration is not limited to its new growth, but rather is retained on old growth. This selection has a very formal, conical shape and needs no staking to keep this attractive form. The growth habit is slightly slower than the species and its ultimate mature height is similar to that of 'Hoopsii'. Like all of our Spruce selections, 'Bizon Blue' is transplanted and root-pruned to ensure optimal durability and survivability.
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Growth Rate
Moderate
Mature Height
30-60
Mature Spread
10-20
Zone
2-7
Foliage
Blue
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Picea pungens 'Dietz Prostrate'
Dietz Weeping Blue Spruce
Description
A slow-growing, evergreen conifer with bright-blue needles. Typically grown as a ground cover, it can be staked up to create a narrow-growing, weeping tree.
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Sun
Full sun to part shade.
Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
8' in 10 years
Mature Spread
4' in 10 years
Zone
4-7
Foliage
Silver/Blue
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Picea pungens 'Fastigiata'
Columnar Colorado Blue Spruce
Description
'Fastigiata' is a popular selection for its tight, columnar habit. Since it will not grow as tall as the species and nor as wide, it is the perfect choice for planting in a small area or next to a structure such as a building or fence. The branches of 'Fastigiata' will spread with age, but can be kept tight with shearing.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
2-7
Foliage
Blue
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Picea pungens 'Glauca Globosa'
Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce
Description
A dwarf, evergreen conifer with a dense-round form and silvery-blue needles. It requires little maintenance or pruning, making it an industry staple.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
2.5' in 10 years
Mature Spread
2.5' in 10 years
Zone
2-8
Foliage
Blue
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Picea pungens 'Glauca Procumbens'
Blue Spreading Colorado Spruce
Description
Ours are grafted on standards and allowed to grow free-form. In time, this plant will reach the ground and act as both a tall accent, and groundcover in your landscape. Since its weeping habit is not very neat and tidy, but rather mounding and irregular, it sometimes looks as if it has grown legs and is crawling across the landscape.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Zone
3-8
Foliage
Blue
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Picea pungens 'Glauca Prostrata'
Weeping Blue Colorado Spruce
Description
An evergreen conifer with a dense, ground-cover form. It creates a striking effect when planted to drape over a rock wall or slope. Can be staked to form a narrow, weeping column.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Mature Height
2' in 10 years
Mature Spread
5' in 10 years
Zone
2-8
Foliage
Blue
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Picea pungens 'Hoopsii'
Hoopsii Blue Colorado Spruce
Description
'Hoopsii' is a very popular spruce for its extremely blue needle color. Its foliage is also long and thick, further accentuating its vibrant coloring. While it is a strong grower in general, our extensive shearing and staking of this Colorado surprises new visitors. However, even with this practice of shearing, it is not as full as 'Bizon Blue'. The growth habit of 'Hoopsii' is considered a slow to medium rate. For a short time, when the large cones appear in the spring, they are an eye-catching magenta, which creates a beautiful contrast with the striking blue needles.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
30-60'
Mature Spread
10-20'
Zone
2-7
Foliage
Blue
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Picea pungens 'Mrs. Cesarini'
Dwarf Globe Spruce
Description
With so many selections of the Dwarf Blue Spruce available, they seem to blend together and a distinction is hard to find. This flat-topped, globose growing Dwarf Colorado spruce, however, sets itself apart with its unique blue-green color. While most only push once in the spring, 'Mrs. Cesarini' regularly puffs out with a second flush in mid-summer. There is also a variance in the needle color between the new growth and the older foliage. Will maintain a glove spruce shape of 2' tall by 4' wide with little maintenance.
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Growth Rate
Dwarf
Zone
2-7
Foliage
Blue/Green
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Picea pungens 'Snowkiss'
Snowkiss Colorado Spruce
Description
Little is known or can be found about the cultivar, however, it is though to be introduced by Iseli Nursery. 'Snowkiss' is very blue and is often confused with 'Hoopsii'. With a very natural layered structure, the crown on this can sometimes look snake-like, giving it an eye catching appearance.
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Growth Rate
Slow
Mature Height
15-20'
Zone
3-8
Foliage
Blue
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Picea pungens 'Spring Blast'
Spring Blast Spruce
Description
An initial flush of cream-white contrasts with the mature bright-blue needles to give
the appearance of FLOWERING and lasts about six weeks. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 8' tall x 4' wide in 10 years.
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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
8'
Mature Spread
4'
Zone
3-8
Water
Regular
Foliage
Yellow/Blue
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Picea pungens 'The Blues'
The Blues Colorado Spruce
Description
An outstanding weeping, evergreen conifer with rich blue needles. 'The Blues' can be grown as a staked, upright form or as a low spreading specimen.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
6' in 10 years
Mature Spread
4' in 10 years
Zone
3-8
Foliage
Blue
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Picea purpurea
Purple Cone Spruce
Description
This beautiful Spruce tree forms a stunning, very formal pyramid. The needles on Picea purpurea are very dark green with a slight blue-gray tint on the underside, and grow short and close to the stems. Customers often compare this to Picea orientalis because of their similarities. This variety of Spruce was introduced by E.H. "Chinese" Wilson in 1910, and has just recently gained popularity in America though has been widely used in both Canada and Europe for years. The origin of is common name comes from its production of purple-violet cones that are very attractive against the noteworthy foliage.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Zone
4-8
Foliage
Blue/Green
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Pinus bungeana
Lacebark Pine
Description
The Chinese Lacebark Pine is an all-around attractive plant with long, sparsely arranged emerald-green needles. It is an oval crowned, multi-stemmed tree, and its foliage typically grows three to a cluster. However, its most noted feature is its flaking bark. When young, the Chinese Lacebark Pine's bark begins to show patches of varying shades of green, which, with maturity can become almost white, thus, creating an array of gray-green , red--brown and white. Dr. Bunge first discovered this plant in a Chinese temple garden in 1831 and was subsequently found in the mountains of central China.
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Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
35-50'
Mature Spread
20-35'
Zone
4-7
Foliage
Green
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Pinus cembra 'Big Blue'
Big Blue Swiss Stone Pine
Description
This vigorous Swiss Stone Pine features long, rich blue needles. A dense upright evergreen tree with a plump columnar habit.
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Sun
Full sun
Growth Rate
Intermediate
Mature Height
6'
Mature Spread
3'
Zone
2-8
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