Weeping Spruce ‘The Blues’



Picea pungens ‘The Blues’


Zone: 2
Exposure: Full Sun
Mature Size: 6‘ high x 5’ wide
Tree Form: Weeping, irregular
Foliage Color: Silvery blue
Growth Rate: Slow
Uses: Specimen, accent


Description: This tree is a selection of Colorado spruce with large, striking blue needles and graceful, downward arching branches and exceptional cold hardiness. An extremely versatile tree in the landscape, it can be trained or pruned into different forms. They tolerate a wide range of well-drained soils, but not standing water.


Ornamental Features: Large needles emerge silvery blue in spring, and provide a beautiful contrast against the snow in winter. A spectacularly ornamental variety that provides a unique form that evokes cascading waterfalls. 


Landscape Attributes: A dense evergreen tree with a strongly weeping habit of growth. This tree provides a focal point providing both vertical and horizontal interest once mature. A perfect choice for smaller lots that contrasts well with deciduous trees and shrubs or xeriscaping. 

Additional information


20 Gal, 25 Gal, 7 Gal