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HEIGHT:4 - 10 feet
SPREAD:1 - 2 feet
DISTINCTIONS:One of the most common dwarf spruce in commerce; naturally occurring dwarf; very formal, pyramidal form; growth 2"-4" per year; needles bright green, .25"-50" long, densely packed.
LIMITATIONS:Often suffers winter wind injury, which ruins its shape; protect from winter winds.
HARDINESS:SC, (Zone 4)
ORIGIN:Found in Alberta, Canada in 1904.
CULTIVARS:See Picea glauca entry under Evergreen Trees and Evergreen Shrubs.
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The information for this Evergreen Shrub (59) was last updated on: 2011-01-18 20:32:12
      
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