Pine, Austrian
Pinus nigra

Zone: 4
Height: 50'
Spread: 20'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Use as specimen, screen or windbreak. Tolerates adverse conditions.

Pine, Bristlecone
Pinus aristata
Zone: 4
Height: 15'
Spread: 12'
Shape: Irregular
Notes: Use as specimen or rock garden. Tolerates poor, dry soil. White dots on needles.

Pine, Swiss Stone
Pinus cembra
Zone: 3
Height: 25'
Spread: 15'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Use as specimen. Works well in confined areas.

Pine, Swiss Stone Prairie Statesman
Pinus cembra 'Prairie Statesman'
Zone: 3
Height: 12'
Spread: 6'
Shape: Upright
Notes: Hardy with great vertical form. Great for narrow residential spaces.

Pine, Swiss Stone Silver Sheen
Pinus cembra 'Silver Sheen'
Zone: 3
Height: 20'
Spread: 15'
Shape: Broad Upright
Notes: Use as specimen. Extremely hardy. Needs little pruning. Foliage is blue/green with a silver sheen.

Pine, Swiss Stone Westerstede
Pinus cembra 'Westerstede'
Zone: 3
Height: 12'
Spread: 8'
Shape: Broad Upright
Notes: Hardy conifer with long needles. Slower growing and wider than most cembras.

Pine, Columnar Mugo
Pinus mugo 'Columnaris'
Zone: 2
Height: 10'
Spread: 4'
Shape: Upright
Notes: Use as specimen or screen. Perfect for tight spaces. Produces small ornamental cones.

Pine, Mugo Tannenbaum
Pinus mugo 'Tannenbaum'
Zone: 2
Height: 10'
Spread: 6'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Use as specimen in smaller areas. Christmas tree shape. Highly adaptable to a wide variety of environments.

Pine, Ponderosa
Pinus ponderosa
Zone: 3
Height: 60-80'
Spread: 20-30'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Use for windbreak or shelter belt. Attractive long needles and orange bark.

Pine, Scotch Fastigiata
Pinus sylvestris 'Fastigiate'
Zone: 4
Height: 25-30'
Spread: 6-8'
Shape: Narrow Upright
Notes: Excellent for use as specimen in tight spaces and formal gardens.

Pine, Scotch Plumosa
Pinus sylvestris 'Plumosa'
Zone: 2
Height: 40'
Spread: 25'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Use as specimen or windbreak. Exceptionally hardy.

Pine, Scotch Twisted Needle Dwarf
Pinus sylvestris 'Globosa Viridis'
Zone: 3
Height: 4'
Spread: 6'
Shape: Upright
Notes: Secondary growth has a slightly lighter color.

Pine, Swiss Mountain
Pinus mugo rostrata 'Swiss Mountain'
Zone: 3
Height: 15'
Spread: 12'
Shape: Upright
Notes: Use as a specimen. Compact growth. Central leader makes neat symmetrical tree-like shape.

Spruce, Baby Blue Eyes
Picea abies 'Baby Blue Eyes'
Zone: 2
Height: 15-30'
Spread: 15'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Use as specimen. Semi-dwarf. Holds blue color well.

Spruce, Black Hills
Picea glauca 'Densata'
Zone: 3
Height: 35-45'
Spread: 14'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Use as specimen, hedge or windbreak. Shears easily. Tolerates light shade.

Spruce, Blue Totem
Picea pungens glauca fastigiata 'Blue Totem'
Zone: 3
Height: 12-15'
Spread: 2-3'
Shape: Columnar
Notes: Powder blue/green needles. Narrow, upright shape great for tight spaces or accent.

Spruce, Bonny Blue
Picea pungens 'Bonny Blue'
Zone: 2
Height: 25'
Spread: 15'
Shape: Broad, Upright
Notes: Unique tree with beautiful blue color. Needles are shorter and thinner than typically found in the species. Holds nearly perfect shape.

Spruce, Candlelight
Picea pungens 'Candle Light'
Zone: 2
Height: 10'
Spread: 8'
Shape: Broad Upright
Notes: Show-stopper in spring when white bursts of new growth create striking contrast to older green growth.

Spruce, Colorado
Picea pungens
Zone: 2
Height: 60'
Spread: 26'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Broad pyramidal shape. Good for hot and dry areas.  Perhaps oversized for smaller residential use. Use as specimen or windbreak.

Spruce, Columnar Norway
Picea abies 'Cupressina'
Zone: 4
Height: 30-40'
Spread: 8-10'
Shape: Upright
Notes: Withstands snow loads well. Grows rapidly. Use as specimen, screen or windbreak.

Spruce, Fat Albert
Picea pungens 'Fat Albert'
Zone: 2
Height: 10-15'
Spread: 8-10'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Nice form. Slow growing blue evergreen perfect for small residential applications.

Spruce, Hoopsi
Picea pungens 'Hoopsi'
Zone: 2
Height: 15-20'
Spread: 15'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Fast growing specimen. New growth has outstanding blue color.

Spruce, Iseli Fastigiate
Picea pungens 'Iseli Fastigiate'
Zone:
Height: 40'
Spread: 10'
Shape: Upright/Narrow
Notes: Bright blue upright facing needles. Best used as vertical accent in small spaces.

Spruce, Paul's Select Norway
Picea abies 'Paul's Select'
Zone: 3
Height: 10-12'
Spread: 6'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Unique blue color. Great windbreak or specimen.

Spruce, Red Tipped Norway
Picea abies 'Rubra Spicata'
Zone: 3
Height: 25'
Spread: 15'
Shape: Broad, Upright
Notes: For about two weeks in spring, deep red new growth emerges providing a very unusual look for a spruce. This growth changes slowly to green.

Spruce, Sester Dwarf
Picea Pungens 'Sester Dwarf'
Zone: 2
Height: 6'
Spread: 4'
Shape: Dwarf Pyramidal
Notes: Dwarf spruce with growth rate around 4-6" per year.

Spruce, The Blues
Picea pungens 'The Blues'
Zone: 2
Height: 5-6'
Spread: 5-6'
Shape: Weeping
Notes: Strongly weeping branches that irregularly spread and droop to make a unique specimen. Striking focal point for any garden.

Spruce, Weeping Blue
Picea pungens 'Pendula'
Zone: 2
Height: VARIES
Spread: 10'
Shape: Weeping
Notes: Stake to desired height or let grow along the ground.

Spruce, Weeping White
Picea glauca 'Pendula'
Zone: 2
Height: 10-15'
Spread: 4-6'
Shape: Weeping
Notes: Formal, narrow, conical shape.

Spruce, Wells' Weeper
Picea glauca 'Wells' Weeper'
Zone: 2
Height: 20-25'
Spread: 10-12'
Shape: Weeping
Notes: Strong upright habit. Densely packed needles.

Spruce, Zafiro Colorado Blue
Picea pungens 'Zafiro'
Zone: 2
Height: 8'
Spread: 6'
Shape: Pyramidal
Notes: Gem-like color. Slow growing.

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