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Picea




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Picea abies 'Aarburg'

Picea abies 'Aarburg'

By far my favorite weeping Norway 'Aarburg' has a fantastic irregular weeping habit, incredible when silhouetted against the skyline on a moonlit night, introduced by Haller nurseries of Aarburg Switzerland, the photo in the Conifer Encyclopedia does not begin to do it justice.
$65.00

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Picea abies 'Aurea'

Picea abies 'Aurea'

$65.00

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Picea abies 'Bonnie' Older

Picea abies 'Bonnie' Older

$75.00

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Picea abies 'Crusita'

Picea abies 'Crusita'

Red new shoots in the spring Lundell sent this to Horstman as clone 2 crusita and Horstman changed it to cruenta, Lundell's Red Needle is presumably clone 1.
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Picea abies 'Denutata' Older

Picea abies 'Denutata' Older

A snaky thing similar to Cranstonii but slower growing, de nude spruce sounds good to me.
$65.00

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Picea abies 'Fineodonensis'

Picea abies 'Fineodonensis'

A medium-sized tree with pale yellow young foliage and shoots gradually turning to dark green, the only reference I can find is from a Holden Clough listing.
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Picea abies 'Gold Drift' Older

Picea abies 'Gold Drift' Older

Found by Fincham in 1990 as a gold sport on Picea abies 'Reflexa' it is an excellent golden weeping form it burns a bit when young but seems fine once well established.
$75.00

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Picea abies 'Gold Dust'

Picea abies 'Gold Dust'

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Picea abies 'Hystrix'

Picea abies 'Hystrix'

Hornibrook's 1923 introduction that has been described as a loose dwarf, works for me although Hornibrook was probably thinking of the old world Porcupine genus.
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Picea abies 'Inversa'

Picea abies 'Inversa'

A classic weeping form in cultivation since 1862, generally with a strong upright leader and very pendulous branches.
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