Picea rubens ‘Lake Street Steeple’

Lake Street Steeple Red Spruce Short, strictly weeping branches adorn the length of this dark green spruce with a tall, extremely narrow, weeping habit. The very unique form will be useful in small gardens in need of a vertical accent with little horizontal space to spare. Staking can be advantageous to insure its stability. Garden […]

Picea pungens ‘Montgomery’ Standard

Montgomery Blue Spruce on Standard Picea pungens ‘Montgomery’ is an outstanding and industry standard silver-blue spruce was originally part of the conifers accumulated by dedicated collector, Col. R.H. Montgomery. Prior to selling his Greenwich, Connecticut, estate, he donated his entire collection to the New York Botanical Garden, and this Picea pungens was named to honor him […]

Picea glauca ‘Little Dipper’

Little Dipper Alberta Spruce Picea glauca ‘Little Dipper’ will add a pleasing formal shape in a mid-sized package. Growing faster than its parent, ‘Little Dipper’ has coarse gray-green foliage on stout and sturdy branches and will mature into a perfect conical shape. Excellent as a very hardy addition to the formal garden, an outdoor Christmas […]

Picea pungens ‘St. Mary’s Broom’ Standard

St. Mary’s Broom Blue Spruce on standard Picea pungens ‘St. Mary’s Broom’ is a dwarf, blue, bun-shaped selection, this slow-growing plant has relatively long, widely-angled needles. It reliably maintains a mounding or globose habit, without any tendency to develop a leader. Garden Size: 1’H x 2’W Dwarf: 1-3″/year Spreading Zone 2 Blue Conifer Full Sun Download […]

Picea abies ‘Jana’

Jana Miniature Norway Spruce An extreme miniature, Picea abies ‘Jana’ is one of the slowest growing conifers we have in our product line. Fine, very short green needles densely cover this congested form that grows wider than tall. The flattened globe is excellent for containers or alpine and rock gardens, never outgrowing its space. Garden Size: […]

Picea glauca ‘Conica’ Spiral

Dwarf Alberta Spruce The classic Dwarf Alberta Spruce (Picea glauca ‘Conica’) may be the most popular, familiar, dwarf conifer in cultivation. It grows slowly into a perfectly conical, small tree with a thick coating of fine, green needles. Its perfect form, compact growth and dense foliage make it ideal for entry, container and landscape. It […]

Picea abies ‘Little Gem’ Standard

Little Gem Norway Spruce on Standard Picea abies ‘Little Gem’ has tufts of tiny green needles that cover the many short shoots of this dense, tight bun. Originally a witch’s broom on P.a. ‘Nidiformis’ and more ball-like than its parent, ‘Little Gem’ was discovered in 1958 and has been an extremely popular plant ever since. Its […]

Picea sitchensis ‘Silberzwerg’

Silver Dwarf Sitka Spruce The name Picea sitchensis ‘Silberzwerg’ refers to the plant’s outstanding needle color and its reliable, slow-growing habit. The plant’s very dense, very blue needles display a unique reversal from the norm: the two-tone, blue-green effect results from silvery blue on one side of needles with dark green on the reverses. Similar in […]

Picea sitchensis ‘Papoose’

Papoose Sitka Spruce Picea sitchensis ‘Papoose’ has sharp, two-tone, blue-green needles. Late in spring, clusters of buds open at the branch tips and form blossom-like bursts of foliage. The slow-growing tree displays a dense, globose habit when young, but produces a leader with age and becomes a tight, upright, broad shape. Found by Gordon Bentham, […]