Wholesale Black Hills Spruce (Picea glauca ‘Densata’)

Black hills spruce, a subspecies of the white spruce, is a coniferous evergreen tree that features a dense and bright green foliage. Native to North America, they grow in a pyramidal shape at a slow rate, reaching a mature height of 60 feet. In fact, some of these species have lived 150-350 years, while only growing at an increase of 12 inches per year. Because of the black hills spruce’ resistance to winter injury, these species are a favorite for year-around landscape planning.

Black Hills Spruce Tree Details

  • Mature Height: 30 - 60 Feet
  • Mature Spread: 15 - 25 Feet
  • Soil Type: Sandy. Clay, Loamy
  • Moisture: Moist
  • Mature Form: Pyramidal
  • Growth Rate: Slow-Moderate
  • Sun Exposure: Partial to Full Sun
  • Needle Retention: Good
  • Zones: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
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