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Black spruce tree description

Scientifically known as Picea mariana, this evergreen spruce tree is native to northern North America, with a natural habitat range from Newfoundland to Alaska and all around the Great Lakes and northeastern United States. The black spruce tends to grow realtively straight with very little taper on the trunk, producing a pointed crown of compact, short, dark bluish green needles. The black spruce is not widely used in the timber industry but is used in the pulp and paper industry. Sees some use in the Christmas tree industry.

A slow grower, the black spruce is tolerant of a wide variety of soils and can attain heights of 45 feet. Makes an excellent landscape specimen. Shade tolerant but prefers full sun for optimal growth.


Black spruce seedlings
Age 2-0, 5-10", Zones 3-7

25 for $18
50 for $32
100 for $52
500 for $190
1000 for $300

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Shipping begins mid-April once the frost is out of the ground. All plants are shipped bare root from our family nursery in Midwestern Wisconsin. Please understand that commiting to a shipment date before this time frame just is not possible, however, if mother nature is kind and the ground thaws early then the trees will ship early. Every effort is made to ensure the plants you receive are healthy and ready to plant. However, it is impossible to guarantee planting results. Weather, soil conditions, insects and proper planting all play a part in successful growth.

We are not responsible for the plants health if you choose to order a plant that will simply not grow or survive in your area based on the pictured zone map. Please order responsibly.


USDA Zone Listing


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