Picea pungens 'Sester Dwarf' photo Gallery.

dcsteg(5 Shawnee, KS.)July 8, 2011

This cultivar is considered a top notch performer. It has a beautifully symmetrical growth habit, extremely blue needle color and excellent performance in challenging planting sites. 'Sester Dwarf' makes a superb specimen giving its yard a "big tree" feel in a small space. Dwarf growth rate; expect the tree to grow 4-6" annually. 15ft. x 6ft. wide. Zones 3-8.


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Nice! Keep all these great pics coming!

    Bookmark   July 9, 2011 at 6:33AM
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Cher(6 SW OH)

I love this particular one and am enjoying the photos too.

    Bookmark   July 9, 2011 at 7:26AM
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Me too!!! I haven't got much time to participate in anything right now,but -rest assured- I'm peeping in and appreciate the pics of all these wonderful plants wich are being posted by yourself and others. Many thanks! T.

    Bookmark   July 9, 2011 at 4:18PM
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dcsteg(5 Shawnee, KS.)

Thanks, T

Always good to hear from you.

How's the cactus farm?


    Bookmark   July 9, 2011 at 4:42PM
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Hi Dave.The Cacti and other xerophytic plants are doing just fine with the sunny hot summer weather we're enjoying ( 34�C / 90+ F). We might get some much needed rain tomorrow. We are a bit worn out from the spring plantshow-touring, but are getting our backs into the garden & house again . We only work in the greenhouse during the morning - in the afternoon it's as hot as it is in the states where you and other posters live.Way too hot for a northerner like me. Lots to do and never enough time...know what I mean? I try to get up at five in the morning and get a days work done by 1 pm. But that means going to bed early .Nightime is so refreshing in the mountains!Hope the temps drop for all the suffering gardeners and,most of all, that you don't suffer too many losses. This can be very disheartening, I know.
Until then,cheers! T.

    Bookmark   July 12, 2011 at 5:39PM
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bluespruce53(Dorset UK)

Nice speciman Dave, wish mine would get a move on too! :0)

    Bookmark   July 13, 2011 at 4:33AM
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