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Image of Picea glauca var. albertiana (JEAN

James H. Schutte

(Alberta Spruce)

Originating in 1981 from a witch's broom of dwarf Alberta spruce, 'Jean's Dilly' is narrower, slower-growing, and finer-textured than its parent. Dwarf Alberta spruce is a widely planted, compact selection of Picea glauca var. albertiana, a large evergreen conifer native to southwestern Canada, Montana, and Wyoming.

Growing about a thumb's length per year, 'Jean's Dilly' eventually forms a dense, narrowly conical, shoulder-high shrub. Its tiny, whorled, green to dark-green needles...

Image of Picea mariana photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Black Spruce, Maryland Spruce)

The black spruce is an elegant evergreen tree that is spire-like with drooping branches that upcurve like eyelashes at their tips. It is a native of northern North America, from Alaska to the northernmost tier of the eastern United States. Often found growing in cool, moist soils, it has a shallow root system and is easily toppled by winds. This is a boreal species.

The needles of black spruce are four-sided, shiny and dark blue-green. The spry branches are relatively short, angle downward and...

(Black Spruce, Dwarf Black Spruce)

The dwarf black spruce, 'Nana' is a very slow-growing evergreen shrub that becomes a broad ball when mature. It is a native of northern North America, from Alaska to the northernmost reaches of the United States. This is a boreal tree species that is best in cool, moist soils. The short needles of 'Nana' are four-sided and silvery blue-green to plain green.

Grow dwarf black spruce in full sun and neutral to acidic soil that is rich and friable but has good drainage. Amazingly cold tolerant...

Image of Picea orientalis photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Caucasian Spruce, Oriental Spruce)

Many consider this one of the loveliest of all spruces. Oriental spruce is a hardy coniferous evergreen that originates from the temperate regions across Asia Minor. It has a neat pyramidal habit and reaches a moderate to large size when mature, though it is quite slow growing.

It has short, glossy, dark green needles that are four-angled and densely packed along the stem. In spring, new candles of growth appear that are medium green and tender until they toughen up. The dense branches cover...

Image of Picea orientalis

Jesse Saylor

(Golden Oriental Spruce, Oriental Spruce)

The golden Oriental spruce, 'Aureospicata', is better described as developing pale buttery-chartreuse new growth in spring, rather than golden foliage. A dwarf cultivar, it attains an rather open, upright cone-shape when mature after many decades. Oriental spruce is a hardy coniferous evergreen that originates from the temperate regions across Asia Minor. Its needles are always compact and densely line the branches.

It has fine, four-angled, soft-textured and yellowish new needles that age...

Image of Picea orientalis

Mark A. Miller

(Gowdy Oriental Sprunce, Oriental Spruce)

The Gowdy Oriental spruce is a very narrow, upright, pyramidal cultivar with very short needles and a fine branching structure. It's a slow-growing dwarf selection that will reach its mature size after several decades. Oriental spruce is a hardy coniferous evergreen that originates from the temperate regions across Asia Minor. Its needles are always compact and densely line the branches.

It has fine, four-angled, soft-textured and light green new needles that age to dark glossy green by summertime....

Image of Picea orientalis

James H. Schutte

(Oriental Spruce)

Introduced in 1903 in Belgium, the dwarf oriental spruce cultivar ‘Gracilis’ is known for its very slow growth rate and mature habit that's a broad cone. Oriental spruce is a hardy coniferous evergreen that originates from the temperate regions across Asia Minor. It branches and needles are always compact and dense.

It has fine, four-angled, soft-textured and light green needles that age to stiff, deeper green and are densely packed along the stem. In spring, new candles of growth appear...

Image of Picea orientalis

Jessie Keith

(Oriental Spruce, Skylands Oriental Spruce)

The popular oriental spruce cultivar ‘Skylands’ is distinguished by its broad pyramidal habit and golden yellow foliage that ages to medium green. Oriental spruce is a hardy coniferous evergreen that originates from the temperate regions across Asia Minor and reaches a moderate to large size when mature, though it is quite slow growing.

It has fine, four-angled, golden yellow needles that age to green and are densely packed along the stem. The yellow color is boldest on branches basking...

Image of Picea pungens photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Blue Spruce, Colorado Spruce)

Colorado spruce is a medium to large pyramidal evergreen conifer native to the central and southern Rocky Mountains in the western United States. In its native habitat, this exceptionally hardy tree exists in moist, cool spots and is commonly found along streamsides in mixed conifer forests. Due to its resilience and beauty, it has become a popular landscape tree and many exceptional cultivated varieties exist.

The stiff, prickly-when-grasped needles of this tree are green to silvery blue and...

Image of Picea pungens

James H. Schutte

(Baby Blue Eyes Spruce, Dwarf Blue Spruce, Dwarf Colorado Spruce)

This super cold hardy evergreen 'Baby Blue Eyes' may be the only true dwarf blue spruce on the market today. The parent species is the Colorado spruce tree native to higher elevations of the Rockies, and is world famous for its beautiful blue foliage. Within its range the winters are very cold and dry, making this species quite drought tolerant. This dwarf produces a clear pyramidal form of fine branches covered with scaly purple tinged gray bark. Short, four sided dark blue-gray needles are sharp,...