10% OFF & FREE SHIPPING OVER $199! CODE: SPRING10 ENDS TODAY!
Thumbnail 0
Thumbnail 1
Preview 0
Zones 3-8
product image
Zones 3-8

Ruby Teardrops Colorado Spruce

Picea pungens ‘Ruby Teardrops’

View more from Spruce Trees

Ruby Teardrops Colorado Spruce

Picea pungens ‘Ruby Teardrops’

34697 reviews
This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Related Products
Globe Blue Spruce Shrub
Globe Blue Spruce Shrub
$189.50
Dwarf Alberta SpruceUp to 15%
Dwarf Alberta Spruce
$44.50 - $159.50
Humpty Dumpty Alberta Spruce
Humpty Dumpty Alberta Spruce
$149.50

30 day - ARRIVE AND THRIVE™ guaranteeLearn more

truck
Free shipping on orders over $199
truck
Free shipping on orders over $199
Special Features
Zone Map
Deer Resistant
Dwarf Variety
Easy Care

Botanical Name

Picea pungens ‘Ruby Teardrops’

Outdoor Growing zone

3-8

Mature Height

1-5

Mature Width

1-6

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

DOES NOT SHIP TO

AK, CA, HI, PR

The Ruby Teardrops Colorado Spruce is a remarkable and unique dwarf evergreen, that grows into a beautiful mounded plant up to 5 feet tall, covered in spring with dramatic deep-red young cones. These ‘teardrops’ create a spectacular effect that rivals any flowering shrub for beauty and interest. This plant is as tough as its parent, thriving in the coldest areas and growing easily in any well-drained soil. Plant it among other dwarf evergreens or use it as a specimen on a small lawn. Group it with other shrubs, or as an accent in a flower bed. Each spring, when ruby tears come again, you will love having such a unique plant in your garden.

  • Unique dwarf evergreen for any garden
  • Striking rich red ‘flowers’ in spring
  • Mound of silver-blue branches to 5 feet tall
  • Top-rate collector’s plant, but easy to grow
  • Hardy to minus 50

The Ruby Teardrops Colorado Blue Spruce will grow in all soils, from sand to clay, as long as they are well-drained. If you have poor drainage, plant on a low raised mound. This tree is hardy to zone 2, with temperatures of minus 50 degrees, so it will survive anywhere. Once established it is drought-resistant, although young plants should be watered regularly. It is normally not affected by pests or diseases, and it will usually not be eaten by deer at all.

About