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Picea glauca



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Picea glauca
White spruce

A large grayish green evergreen tree with a formal narrow pyramidal to wide conical habit. This cold-adapted tree is also one of the best sources for the paper-pulp industry.

Habit:Pyramidal to narrow pyramidal tree becoming conical in old age with a steeple-like crown; a straight central leader bears the ascending branches and slightly pendant branchlets; older trees tend to lose their lower branches
Size:60-80' high
Color:Grayish-green
Texture:Medium-fine
Hardiness:Zone 2a USDA
Habitat:Labrador - New York - Montana - Alaska
Family:Pinaceae

 
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