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Picea engelmannii

The most common spruce to be found in the Rockies where it grows to 30m tall. It likes deep well drained soils.
 
£7.25
 

Picea glauca

This is a form of the White Spruce, a very hardy species. It has a conical growth habit with branches that ascend at the tip.
 
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Picea mariana

This is a medium sized tree with dark blue green leaves which are densely packed on the upper surfaces of the branchlets.
 
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Picea omorika

Serbian Spruce is a very adaptable spruce which quickly forms a tall slender tree with short drooping branches and dark green leaves.
 
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Picea orientalis

This is a large densely branched tree with branches and dark green leaves down to ground level. The young cones are 10cm long and purple.
 
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Picea pungens glauca

The glauca or blue leaved type of Colorado Spruce has leaves that tend to turn green with age; so those at the base of branches are green, resulting in an attractive variation of colour down the...
 
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Picea sitchensis

Sitka Spruce is probably one of the most important species of conifer from an economic viewpoint. It thrives on damp sites.
 
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Pinus aristata

Aristata is a large shrub or small tree with leaves in groups of 5 which are flecked with white resin, looking like dandruff. It has slender bristle like cones. Some specimens in the wild are over...
 
£3.75
 

Pinus banksiana

This is an extremely hardy tree undervalued as a landscape tree. It is sometimes used for Christmas tree production in the USA.
 
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Pinus cembra

A small slow growing tree with an almost columnar habit and purple / blue cones. The densely arranged dark blue green needles are blue-white on the inner surface. Resistant to white pine blister rust...
 
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