A dwarf variety with unique coloring that excels in the shade. In the shade, the needles have creamy-white tips contrasting the dark green interior foliage. An incredible color year-round, one of our favorites! Some nurseries have changed the name or sell it as ‘Sulphur Flush’ – we have another Picea orientalis cultivar with that name similar to ‘Aureospicata’ but is slower growing and has sulphur-yellow spring foliage. The cream needle tips can burn in full sun, so we strictly recommend using this plant in partial to nearly full shade.
USDA Hardiness Map