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HEIGHT:40 - 90 feet
SPREAD:15 - 20 feet
DISTINCTIONS:One of the hardiest spruces; easy to grow; some trees have attractive bluish bloom on needles.
LIMITATIONS:Fairly slow growth; highly variable needle color; large trees with poor vigor are subject to spruce bark beetles, Ips beetles and spider mites; local seed sources best for western Alaska.
HARDINESS:INT, SC, SE, W (Zone 2)
ORIGIN:Labrador to Alaska (interior, south central, and western), south to Montana, Wyoming, Arkansas, Minnesota, and New York.
CULTIVARS:‘Densata’ See separate listing ‘Pendula’ Upright with weeping branches but must be staked; (Zone 3). See entry under Evergreen Shrubs.
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The information for this Evergreen Tree (57) was last updated on: 2011-01-13 18:13:47
     
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