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Tiny Tower® Alberta Spruce traditional-landscape

Tiny Tower® Alberta Spruce

Picea glauca conica 'MonRon' Tiny Tower®

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If you like your tiny tree with a traditional shape, look no further than varieties of Colorado spruce, particularly dwarf Alberta spruce (Picea glauca albertiana ‘Conica’), available everywhere at this time of year. Dwarf Alberta, shown, does well in a pot, but in my opinion it looks pretty stiff and overdressed for most landscape situations.Basic care, whichever kind you choose. Plant in a pot that's a couple inches deeper and wider than the tree's nursery container. For better looking tree-pot proportions, you can carefully trim off some of the roots to make the root ball smaller; but if you cut off too much, the plant may suffer. Water the plant throughly before bringing it in the house. Check the soil for moisture with your fingers every few days. Move potted plants outdoors after the holidays.

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jph4771 added this to Landscape Ideas
February 15, 2014
small growing tree - dwarf alberta spruce
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