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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by yard_smart, Mar 5, 2009.
this is in a zone 6-7 not sure what it is
looks close to a birds nest spruce
Definitively a blue spruce of some sort.
colorado blue spruce, birds nest
montgomery dwarf colorado blue spruce, planted a couple in the fall
thanks guys . .. . The admin should make a plant id section on the forum
it is an its a shrub form, they have shrub form , on standard an tree form
Picea forma glauca 'Globosa'...aka: Globe Blue Spruce
It may be Montgomery or another hybrid, but Montgomery develops more conical w/ age. It's a nice specimen, and should probably be moved away from the walk...
'Globosa'..............height:3' spread: 4-5'
'Montgomery'.......height: 6-10' spread: 6-10'
I am not posative, but I agree it looks like a birds nest spruce to me too
globe blue spruce