Colorado Spruce

The Colorado Spruce carries a full pyramidal shape with a cone-shaped crown and takes its name from its dull blue-grey needles. The needles are longer on lower branches and shorter on upper branches.  This Colorado Spruce tree is grown in Northern Michigan at Dutchman Tree Farms Landscape Nursery for Balled and Burlap (B&B) Evergreens.

Growing Requirements:

Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Soil Type: Acidic, Drought Tolerant, Loamy, Moist, Rich, Sandy, Well Drained, Wet, Wide Range, Clay.

Specifications:

Mature Height: 50' - 75'
Mature Spread: 25'
Growth Rate: Slow to Medium

Hardiness Zones:

2 - 8

The Colorado Blue Spruce can be expected to grow in the temperature extremes of zones two – eight shown in this arborday.org hardiness zone map.

Products are wholesale only; must meet minimum order requirements
Please call to order 231.839.7901

The Colorado Spruce carries a full pyramidal shape with a cone-shaped crown and takes its name from its dull blue-grey needles. The needles are longer on lower branches and shorter on upper branches.  This Colorado Spruce tree is grown in Northern Michigan at Dutchman Tree Farms Landscape Nursery for Balled and Burlap (B&B) Evergreens.

Growing Requirements:

Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Soil Type: Acidic, Drought Tolerant, Loamy, Moist, Rich, Sandy, Well Drained, Wet, Wide Range, Clay.

Specifications:

Mature Height: 50' - 75'
Mature Spread: 25'
Growth Rate: Slow to Medium

Hardiness Zones:

2 - 8

The Colorado Blue Spruce can be expected to grow in the temperature extremes of zones two – eight shown in this arborday.org hardiness zone map.

Products are wholesale only; must meet minimum order requirements
Please call to order 231.839.7901