Black Hills SprucePicea glauca var. dens
The Black Hills spruce is a variety of the more widespread white spruce found naturally only in southwest South Dakota and a small portion of northeast Wyoming. While not as widely known as other spruces, this ornamental spruce can be planted just about anywhere that the more common Colorado spruce will grow.
- Features bright green needles
- Works well as an ornamental or in windbreaks and screens
- Offers a denser, more compact habit than the white spruce
- Is adapted to cold and is very resistant to winter injury
- Requires little pruning
- Will be delivered at a height of 6"–1'