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Numerous: Glauca', Globosa', Manhattan Blue' (compact pyramidal), 'Pendula'

Fastigiata' (very narrow), Pendula'

Blue Rabbit' (narrow pyramidal with blue-green foliage), Dervaes' (horizontal branches, drooping branchlets), Pendula'

Tolerant of

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M

M

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Metasequoia glyptostroboides —

dawn redwood

M

M

M

L

M

M

2-7

Picea abies — Norway spruce

L

M

M

M

H

M

2-5

't'Picea engelmannii —

Engelmann spruce

L

M

M

M

H

M

2-6

Picea glauca — white or

Blackhills spruce

L

M

M

M

H

M

4-7

Picea omorika — Serbian

spruce

L

M

M

M

M

M

2-7

❖ Picea pungens — blue or

Colorado blue spruce

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'National' (narrow pyramidal), Sheridan Spire' (upright)

Numerous: Nidiformis' (called "bird's nest spruce": tight, spreading, shrubby), Péndula' (name for cultivars with weeping branchlets)

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Cónica' or 'Dwarf Alberta' (very small, tight: tiny needles: common in Utah), Densata' (also called "Blackhills spruce": tall, narrow: nice form) Expansa' (wide shrub), 'Nana' (round or conical: 10' high), Péndula' (tall, narrow: branches droop)

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Numerous: Argentea' (silver-white needles), Glauca Globosa', Glauca Péndula', 'Hoopsii' (dense pyramidal), 'Mission Blue' (very blue)

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H

M

M

L

M

5-7

4t'Pinus aristata (longaeva) —

L

M

H

bristlecone pine

L

M

M

M

L

M

4-8

Pinus bungeana — lacebark

L

H

H

pine

L

H

M

M

L

M

2-6

4t'Pinus contorta — lodgepole

M

H

H

pine

L

M

M

M

L

M

3-7

Pinus densiflora — Japanese red

M

H

H

pine

L

H

H

M

L

M

4-8

4t'Pinus edulis — pinyon,

L

M

H

Colorado pinyon

L

H

M

M

L

M

4-7

't'Pinus Bexilis — limber pine

L

M

H

M

H

H

H

L

M

8-10

Pinus halepensis — Aleppo pine

M

M

H

L

H

H

M

L

M

5-9

't'Pinus monophylla — singleleaf

L

M

H

pinyon

L

M

M

L

M

M

5-8

Pinus monticola — western

M

H

H

white pine

M

H

H

M

L

H

2-8

Pinus mugo — Mugo pine

M

L

M

L

H

H

H

L

M

4-7

Pinus nigra — Austrian pine

M

H

None available

None available: plant local sources

Globosa' (round shrub to 10-15), 'Oculis-draconis' (yellow banded leaves), 'Pendula', Umbraculifera' None available

Columnaris', Glauca Pendula', Nana", Pendula", Vandewolf's Pyramid' (upright: fast growth: blue) None available None available

None available

Compacta' (dense, round, 4' tall), Gnom' (15" tall by 3' wide), Mops' (3' tall by 3' wide), var. mugo (8' tall), var. pumilio (prostrate, 10' wide)

'Homibrookiana' (very compact dwarf, 6' wide and 2' high), Pyramidalis'

Cultural Characteristics

General Species Characteristics

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