A very well-known dwarf Colorado Blue Spruce, it has an upright, broad form and silvery-blue needles that make it virtually indistinguishable from ‘Montgomery’. The slow-growing, dwarf plant is globe-shaped when young, but will eventually form a leader as it matures and develop an upright, broad shape that is wider than tall. To maintain a globose or spreading habit, prune out upright or vigorous shoots.

Garden Size: 8’H x 6’W

Dwarf: 3-6″/year

Broad Upright

Zone 2



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