Picea glauca ' Pendula ' Weeping White Spruce

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10 Year Average Size:
7' x 3'
Sun Requirements:
Full Sun

Picea glauca 'Pendula' A beautiful selection from the Morton Arboretum. It is a weeping white spruce with gray-green small leaves. Plant needs to be staked to go up. Each branch seems to change direction almost at a 90 degree angle. Very nice focal point and narrow for smaller gardens!

6 Reviews

  • 5
    Very good quality and beautiful

    Posted by Amanda Knight on 18th Dec 2019

    My husband and I purchase trees for our landscaping from all around. This was the first purchase we had made online and I must say, I’m glad we did. The tree came in quickly and it was very good quality. We can’t wait to watch it grow.

  • 5
    2-3yr old tree

    Posted by Robuck on 3rd Nov 2019

    My tree was in GREAT condition and arrived in iowa about 5 days after I ordered it! I planted a few days after it arrived and it still looks great. Even though they did not reply to my email I would not hesitate to buy from them again!

  • 5
    Weeping White Spruce

    Posted by Ricky Moore on 8th Oct 2019

    Full, healthy, beautiful weeping white spruce delivered at the precise fall season time to plant.
    Exactly as described. Thanks so much!

  • 5

    Posted by Jim on 13th Mar 2019

    Plants arrived healthy and undamaged

  • 5
    Great purchase

    Posted by Tiffany on 23rd Jul 2018

    Love these little trees already and cannot wait to see them grow up. The purchase process, shipping and packaging, and extensive directions were awesome too. Looking forward to many years to come with these beauties.

  • 5
    Excellent quality and service

    Posted by Anderson LawnScapes on 17th Jan 2013

    We ordered 5 of these trees for a specialty landscape customer, who liked the result so much we will order more for him. -- Trees arrived in great condition, shipping across the continent from Oregon to Alabama. -- This is a cultivar that we've found to do well in our Zone (8A) with careful planting and nurturing.