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Latin: Picea glauca

 

Zones: 2-7

 

Other common names: Canadian spruce, Black Hills spruce, skunk spruce, cat spruce

 

Mature Height/spread: 75 ft. high/ 10-20 ft. spread medium growth rate

 

Soil / Climate: Large trees transplant easily, best in well-drained, sandy soils, prefers acidic soils and cooler climates, likes full sun.

 

Notes: Often used for windbreaks, lumber and in some parts of the country as a Christmas tree. White spruce has a narrow conical form.  Branches are held horizontally, dense when young, becoming more loose and open with age.  Uses are for Christmas trees, hedge, windbreak and screen.  White spruce is the northernmost tree species in North America.

 

Wildlife: Winter shelter for wildlife. Squirrels will eat the buds. Spruce grouse eat the needles. The seed is eated by a variety of woodpeckers, pheasant, and many other varieties of birds. Porcupines and black bear enjoy the bark.

Spruce, White - Transplant

$4.00Price