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Posted by sweetblooms southwest (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 24, 06 at 5:58

I plan on landscaping my back yard this yr. with 3 evergreen trees varieties. Does anyone know if there are dwarf Colorado Spruce or any pine (long needle) trees to plant for my area. I live south of Pittsburgh , Pa. area.

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RE: evergreens

Google dwarf colorado spruce and dwarf long needle pine for varieties. If you click on the images tab you will even get photos.

RE: evergreens

Check out Picea pungens Fat Albert. It is a little smaller than the Picea pungens glauca. Also Picea pungens Montgomery. It starts out small and globe like and eventually grows more upright.

This is a nice site with many blue conifers including Montgomery. Copy and paste

It helps to have exact names to use in the search.

Here is a link that might be useful: Fat Albert

RE: evergreens

Thank You very much for your help! I live in zone 6 so, I will view the recommended sites to see which variety might be best. I was also thinking about the Alberta Spruce.

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