Dwarf Alberta Spruce Assorted
Dwarf Alberta Spruce
Scientific / Botany name: Picea glauca conica
Subject to availability.
Not all sizes may be in stock.
The dwarf Alberta spruce is a small, dense evergreen, most widely used as an accent specimen or novelty tree in the landscape.
It is also a great choice for small spaces.
The dwarf Alberta spruce, also known as the dwarf white spruce, is a popular, slow-growing, dense conifer.
The tree will eventually grow 10'-12' high but takes 25-30 years to reach maturity!
Dwarf Alberta spruces need little pruning to maintain their compact, pyramidal shape.
Sometimes spider mites can be a problem, so watch out for these pests and treat before a heavy infestation seriously injures your tree.
When watering, provide a gentle soaking with a slow, steady stream of water or use a soaker hose to wet the entire depth of the rootball.
Continue watering newly planted spruce.
If nature doesn't provide soaking rains, continue to water right up until the ground freezes hard for the winter season.
Established plants are relatively drought tolerant.
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