Our most popular variety is Colorado Spruce. A very hardy evergreen tree seen all over western Canada and North America. Depending on soil conditions it can be either a shimmering blue, a classic dark green, or even a mix of both colours. They are fantastic for shelter belts or stand alone feature trees!

Hardiness Zone:  2a
Exposure: Full sun
Soil Conditions: Prefers well drained soils.
Growth Rate: Slow
Size: 15m(50 ft) Ht x 5m (16ft) W

White Spruce

(Picea glauca)

A very hardy coniferous tree native to the Boreal Forests of North America sometimes called the "Alberta White Spruce". With short, dark green needles it maintains its colour year round. White Spruce needles are softer than those of the Colorado Blue Spruce. They are fantastic for shelter belts or stand alone feature trees!

Hardiness Zone:  2a
Exposure: Full sun
Soil Conditions: Prefers well drained soils.
Growth Rate: Medium
Size: 15m(50 ft) Ht x 5m (16ft) W

Colorado Spruce

(Picea pungens)

Scotch Pine

(Pinus sylvestris)

Originally from Europe this tree has adapted well to conditions in North America. Very distinctive with its long needles in bunches as well as its copper-orange coloured bark. Prefers well drained and sandy soils, it is a drought tolerant tree.
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Hardiness Zone:  2-3
Exposure: Full sun
Soil Conditions: Prefers well drained soils.
Growth Rate: Medium
Size: 12m(40 ft) Ht x 5m (16ft) W