Spruce ‘Globe Blue’



Picea pungens ‘Globosa’


Zone: 2
Exposure: Full Sun
Mature Size: 3′ H X 5′ W
Tree Form: Flat topped, globe shaped, shrub-like
Foliage Color: Silvery-blue
Growth Rate: Slow
Uses: Accent, borders, small hedge, xeriscaping


Description:  Slow growing, globe shaped dwarf spruce that is flat-topped and densely branched with striking silvery-blue needles. Small and extremely versatile, this shrub-like tree can fit in tight spaces and be pruned into unique and eye-catching designs!


Ornamental Features: Needles emerge silvery blue in spring and remain blue throughout the year, providing a stunning contrast against the snow in winter and deciduous green foliage in summer. The unique color, texture, and size ensure this plant will is a standout in the garden. 


Landscape Attributes:  A low maintenance choice; simply prune out any upright shoots to maintain the globe or spreading shape.  Wildlife resistant and drought tolerant once established.

Additional information


1 Gal, 10 gal, 2 Gal, 3 Gal, 3×3', 3×4', 4×4', 4×5', 5 Gal, 5×5', 7 Gal