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Spruce - Colorado Blue

Picea pungens

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Picea pungens

The Colorado Blue Spruce is a classic evergreen that is easy to grow and shears very nicely too.  The shape is conical and the bark is grayish brown to dark gray.  New growth in the spring is especially blue in color.  Once properly established, this spruce exhibits good drought and flooding tolerance.  Naturally deer resistant.

Our plants come with extra large and fibrous root systems, ready to plant and flourish! 

SKU # CCB-QL
Pot Size For This Plant 1.5 Quart Pot - Size of pot is 3.5" square by 5" tall
Shipped Height Tree is 10" to 16+" above the pot 
Zones 2 to 7
Soil Type Clay, Loamy and Sandy soils
Mature Height & Width 60'-80' Height and 10'-20' Spread
Growth Rate Moderate - 12-18" per year on average
Light Requirement Full Sun to Part Shade
Moisture Requirements Drier soils to moist but well drained soils

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Product questions

  • JENNY CLARK
    Mar 17, 2018, 12:25 PM

    Our once wooded property has been decimated by the ash borer. We have cut down almost 70 trees in the last two years. We are also seeing problems now with our blue spruce trees. We are spraying for bag worms and mites because we have diagnosed those problems but they continue to decline. We are now hearing about a fungus that is infecting them. We would like to start replanting but since we are in our 60"s we would like to replace with varieties that are fast growing and as disease free as possible. What do you suggest? We live in OHIO zone 6. Thank you for any suggestions.

    Administrator
    Mar 20, 2018, 05:38 PM

    Hello Jenny, we are sorry to hear about your wooded property, we hear this regularly, and have experienced the destruction of the Ash Borer in our area as well. The key when replanting is diversity. Without it, when the next unforeseen pest or disease comes to your area, all will be lost. We recommend planting many different varieties so that if one variety is affected, it will only be a small percentage of your trees. Some good alternatives to the Blue Spruce for your area would be White Spruce, White Pine, Norway Spruce and Concolor Fir. Good alternatives for your other trees would be Quaking Aspen, Paper Birch, Red Maple, Silver Maple and American Sycamore. There are many others that would grow in your area, but these would be the fastest growing hardwoods. If you have any other questions, please drop us an email to [email protected] or call us at 800-367-9254. Thanks, CRN