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The Blues Weeping Colorado Spruce

Picea pungens 'The Blues'

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The Blues Weeping Colorado Spruce

Picea pungens 'The Blues'

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Tolerates Acidic Soil
Tolerates Alkaline Soil

Botanical Name

Picea pungens 'The Blues'

Outdoor Growing zone

2-8

Mature Height

5-10

Mature Width

5-10

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

The Blues Weeping Colorado Spruce is a remarkable and unique tree that will bring a special feel to any garden. Every tree develops into an individual, different from every other one, depending on growing factors and training. It grows fast, as much as 12 inches a year, so you won’t wait long for the thrill of a mature specimen. Plant it in a lawn, to frame an entrance, on a rocky slope, or anywhere you want to admire the drama of its growth. The foliage is brilliant silver-blue, and each branch hangs downwards, while the main stems wander upwards or sideways. With staking you can develop the form you want, or simply leave it alone to surprise you. This tree is extremely hardy, all the way through zone 2, so it can be grown even in the coldest parts of the country.

  • The very best weeping blue spruce there is
  • Fast growing, with brilliant silver-blue foliage
  • Upright with weeping branches, or spreading sideways
  • Each tree becomes a unique specimen
  • Easily grown in any sunny place and very winter hardy

Plant The Blues Weeping Colorado Spruce in a sunny place, and it will also tolerate some light shade. It will grow in most type of soil, if it is well-drained. Plant on a slope or a mound if your have soil that is often wet. This tree is normally not bothered by pests or diseases, and deer will leave it alone. Water regularly in the first few years, but mature trees are moderately drought resistant. Make your garden special, by planting a truly special tree, that will become more and more impressive with every passing year.

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