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Colorado Blue Spruce
Colorado Blue Spruce

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• From 6' to 7'
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Colorado Blue Spruce

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Colorado Blue Spruce
Colorado Blue Spruce

Colorado Blue Spruce (picea pungens glauca)
A magnificent sight of silver blue-green (florescent blue) foliage, the colorado blue spruce is rated one of the most popular evergreen trees. Prefers rich, moist soil, and full sun. Used as a specimen, windbreaker, screen or buffer.

Usually slow growing to approx. 40' to 60' tall with a 15' to 25' spread.

Colorado Blue Spruce grow between 6" and 1' tall per year at this size depending on the soil and weather conditions. Colorado Blue Spruce can be trained to a pyramid shape and become more dense by pruning their branches while not budding in the spring. This blue spruce grows a deep root system that will withstand heavy winds and although it prefers moisture to keep the needles blue, it is highly drought resistant.

How To Keep Your Colorado Blue Spruce Blue:

Colorado Blue Spruce can range in needle color from bright blue to completely green. Although most blue spruce will remain blue on their own, there are several factors that could affect your blue spruce needle color. Your soil condition and moisture, planted location (full sun), and how you care for your blue spruce will determine your blue spruce color. We do not guarantee the blue spruce we sell you will remain blue year after year.

  1. Plant your blue spruce in a full sun location with moist, fertile, well-draining soil. Select a site that receives direct sunlight for a minimum of six hours a day to ensure the tree retains its attractive blue coloring. Plant the tree at the same depth it was growing before transplant or in the nursery pot.

  2. Irrigate the blue spruce regularly to maintain moist soil; frequent irrigation helps keep the foliage healthy and blue. Drought-stressed trees may suffer from green or slightly faded foliage. For best results, provide the tree with 1" of supplemental irrigation per week during the spring and summer.

  3. Fertilize the blue spruce three times a year to provide nutrients for healthy growth and development. Feed the tree with a granular 12-12-12 fertilizer in April; apply subsequent applications at the beginning of June and August. Use the fertilizer according to instructions on the product label.

Chester County Grown Evergreen Trees
Chester County Evergreen Tree Farm located in Coatesville, PA 19320