01 April 2015 |

Dwarf spruce may develop delusions of grandeur by Robert Cox, CSU Extension Agent - Horticulture, Arapahoe County

Written by CSU Hort Agents
Posted by Robert Cox, CSU Extension - Arapahoe County Dwarf Alberta spruce, aka Dwarf White spruce (Picea glauca ‘Conica’) has been planted in Colorado landscapes for many years.   People like its formal appearance, perfect form, and reluctance to grow more than 10 feet tall.It was found in Alberta, Canada as a naturally-occurring dwarf in 1904.   Since its introduction into the nursery
Posted by Robert Cox, CSU Extension - Arapahoe County Dwarf Alberta spruce, aka Dwarf White spruce (Picea glauca ‘Conica’) has been planted in Colorado landscapes for many years.   People like its formal appearance, perfect form, and reluctance to grow more than 10 feet tall. It was found in Alberta, Canada as a naturally-occurring dwarf in 1904.   Since its introduction into the nursery

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