Lone Elder Nursery

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Genus Species Common Name Description
Picea abies "Gold Drift" Gold Drift Norway Spruce A new rock star for your garden. Gold Drift has sweeping branches of gold and green needles. Likes ...
Picea abies "Hillside Upright" Hillside Upright Norway Spruce This tree is a slow-growing, semi-dwarf that has very dark, stiff green needles. It has irregularly...
Picea abies "Pendula" Weeping Norway Spruce A very heavy weeper, this tree has long cascading, pendulous branches. If not staked, it can be use...
Picea bicolor "Howell's Dwarf" Alcock Spruce
Howell's Bicolor Tigertail
Howell's Dwarf is a striking bicolor with two-toned branches with needles that are silver-blue on th...
Picea engelmannii "Bush's Lace" Bush's Lace Spruce Discovered by Richard Bush and first grown on this nursery, this blue spruce is a real winner. It h...
Picea glauca "Hudsonii" Hudsonii White Spruce A rare and compact conifer with a bushy type growth. In the spring it "Blooms" with a mass of red ...
Picea glauca "Pendula" Weeping Blue Spruce This tree has a very strong leader but must be staked when young to get any height. It has a fastig...
Picea likiangensis Likiang Spruce A Japanese spruce whose claim to fame is its beautiful cones flowers and cones. The rest of the year...
Picea mariana/ glauca "Blue Teardrop" Blue Teardrop Black Spruce Named for its teardrop shape this black spruce has dense, compact branching. There is some discussi...
Picea omorika "Bruns" Bruns Serbian Spruce A strong vertical accent in the garden, this spruce stays narrow with a strong central leader. The ...