Super hardy, Picea mariana ‘Mont Tremblant’ is a very vigorous grower with lots of movement. Short gray-green needles cover long branches which curve and twist, arching up, out, and then strictly downward, it makes an interesting focal piece in most any garden space.
This slow-growing dwarf cultivar forms a dense, rounded, hassock-shaped mound to 30-60cm tall with a slightly larger spread. It is ornamentally grown in landscapes for its colorful evergreen foliage, interesting shape, texture and small size. Used as a specimen or accent for rock gardens, foundations, shrub borders, edging.
Conical and narrow habit. Short, weeping branches with upright tips. Bright, dark green foliage with whitish underside. Purple cones. Has a superficial root system and it is easy to plant. Deer resistant.
Gotelli Weeping Serbian Spruce has attractive silvery blue-variegated bluish-green foliage which emerges light green in spring. The needles are ornamentally significant and remain bluish-green through the winter. Used as a specimen.This tree's beauty and weeping character increase with time and maturity.
A compact form of the Serbian spruce; dense, globose when young, developing into a broad pyramid. Like the species, 'Nana' has white stomatal bands on the lower leaf surface, dark green above, giving the plant a bicolor effect.
Weeping Serbian Spruce has attractive dark green foliage with silver undersides which emerges light green in spring. The main stem is semi-weeping, but the branches are drooping. Beautiful specimen, excellent for giving height to a landscape composition.