Colorado Blue Spruce prefers heavier soils, full sun, average moisture and clean cultivation; reaching a height of six feet in eight years on a good site. Growth rates, once established, should exceed one foot per year. Color varies from deep green to silver-blue and is probably the most drought tolerant of all spruces. Plant blue spruce 12 feet apart to allow for wind movement for cultural disease management. Mature height is approximately 60 feet.
Spruce, Colorado - #1 pot
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