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Picea abies 'Rotenhausii':
An extremely narrow weeping tree, this Norway spruce stays less than 2' wide when 10' tall after many years, and does it not require staking. Shaped like a cylindrical fountain, the tree's branches suggest water neatly cascading until it hits the ground. Interesting steely gray-green color!
A new weeping variety of White Spruce found by Edwin Smits. Has a low-growing, irregular, pendulous form with blue-green foliage.Picea pungens 'Skyline'
This bright blue spruce originated at Skyline Nursery in Springfield, Vermont. Its dense, weeping habit make it distinct from the more common variety 'The Blues'.
A weeping golden form! Pendulous branches and a weeping central leader. Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound. Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun but can burn young plants. Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.
Picea abies 'Susan'
This narrow, weeping Norway Spruce has very fine, blue-green foliage. It was found by the manager at Mitsch Nursery, Susan Jones, as a chance seedling beneath 40+ year old Weeping Norway spruce. Much narrower and more finely textured than the traditional 'Pendula'.