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Globe blue spruce (Picea pungens"Glauca Globosa") is an attractive dwarf conifer perfect for full sun locations that do not have much space. The shrub grows slowly to about 4 feet tall and slightly wider, and its blue-green foliage stands out dramatically in the garden.

The foliage is most colorful in the spring when new growth is emerging. When pruning is necessary, it is recommended to only trim back the new growth of the current season, other than to remove any dieback.

Deer don't particularly care for this plant and will usually leave it alone in favor of tastier treats.



Grown in our 10 evergreen tree container.



While evergreens such as blue spruce don't require extensive pruning -- the plant doesn't grow continuously and doesn't require much maintenance -- it's best to prune blue spruce in the later winter months before the shrub's growing season. Avoid pruning during the wet or warm season to limit the likelihood of diseases.

Step 1. 54 rowsPicea pungens 'Glauca Globosa' Globe Blue Spruce-ground graft The most popular Color: Blue, Green. This charming, globe-shaped evergreen shrub is dwarf, flat-topped and densely branched. The bright blue needles hold their color all year long, but are a brighter hue in summer. Provides a unique accent for that special spot in the garden%(3).

Dwarf Globe Blue Spruce is a shrub that is pruned in the late spring to maintain the shape and height of the plant. Removing the dead and dying limbs will minimize the possibility of diseases such as “dieback” and allow the plant to re-concentrate its energies and produce much more foliage. This easy-to-grow dwarf Blue Spruce naturally takes on a compact, rounded shape with no pruning.

We offer it as a low-graft (the globe sitting at ground level) or raised up on a trunk like a little topiary tree.



It is well-suited to all soil types, as well as pH levels.



A matching pair of Globe Spruces is a fine way to call attention to an entrance door, path, or gate. As Brooks mentioned, the Blue Globe Spruce is a smaller growing variety. In 10 to 15 years it should be no taller than 3 to 4 feet with a spread of 5 to 6 feet so there shouldn't be much of a need to control it's size.

An occasional very light light pruning one time every year or two would be okay.





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