Blue Globe Spruce – Picea pungens ‘Globosa’

Globe Blue Spruce – Picea pungens ‘Globosa’
Family Pinaceae: Pine, Cedar, Spruce, and Fir
Height: 3-5′ Spread: 3-6′ / Habit/Form: Rounded Growth Rate: Slow. Hardy in Zones 2-8

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Cultural Requirements: Best in well-drained soil in full sun. Prefers slightly-acidic pH soil containing some organic matter, but will tolerate a wide range of soils, if well-drained. Established plants can tolerate short periods of drought. Little, if any, pruning required. Some salt tolerant. Deer resistant. Ornamental Characteristics: An evergreen shrub with stiff, prickly, light-blue, ¾” needles and a neat, dense, compact, rounded shape. Seldom produces cones. Uses in the Landscape: Use in foundation plantings and shrub borders, or as a specimen or accent plant [1].

Globe Blue Spruce

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