True to its name, the bright yellow needles light up the garden with 12 Months of Color.® smaller, compact tree. It has the classic thin needles that open in spring as a brilliant yellow, softening to gold as the season progresses, and standing out against the green interior foliage. The perfect size for the modern landscape, it matures dense, bright, and bushy at eye level.
Picea pungens ‘Avatar’ is a classic Colorado Blue Spruce manifesting the best qualities this species offers. The exceptionally lush blue foliage is especially striking in spring as the new needles emerge as soft blue powder puffs. The distinctive tiered pattern of branching contributes a “wow” factor both as a young tree today but more so in a mature specimen.
A new selection that keep its color well. Eye catching, silvery blue foliage makes a striking accent to the landscape. Pyramidal and very symetrical habit. NOTE: doN’t get mixed up with these two varieties; Baby BluE’ reaches 13m high while Baby Blue EyeS’ is only 5m high.
Bonny Blue Colorado Blue Spruce has attractive silvery blue foliage. The short needles are highly ornamental and remain silvery blue throughout the winter. An excellent evergreen for large lawns, parks or woodland areas and providing an effective screen or windbreak in cold, northern climates.
Upright, conical Colorado Spruce noted for its breathtaking young foliage display in spring. Emerging growth is a stunning vivid, bright soft yellow before fading to a muted blue-green. Plant in a sunny yet protected location to fully benefit the young foliage display.
Possibly the best-known dwarf blue spruce. One of the many varieties of dwarf and compact blue spruce. To maintain the desired globose or spreading habit, prune out any upright or vigorous shoots. Used alone or in rock gardens.