Picea pungens Thomsen

ken_adrian Adrian MI cold Z5June 17, 2011

as far as i am concerned.. there are only two peeps who can tell it from hoopsi .... joy is probably one of them ...

couple of reverting DAS in front ... cesarini blue behind ..

otherwise.. just an intense blue pungens..


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coniferjoy(z7 The Netherlands)

'Thomsen' is somethimes also spelled as 'Thomson' but the last one isn't right.
This one is also very nice silvery blue but it's shape is more symmetrical then 'Hoopsii'.
The 'Hoopsii' is a problem child when young, in it's first years it has to be staked and cut regulary to give it a nice shape.

    Bookmark   June 20, 2011 at 1:24AM
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