Colorado blue spruce

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Synonyms for Colorado blue spruce

tall spruce with blue-green needles and dense conic crown

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In general, the blue spruce is well-adapted to northern California and even to drought conditions.
Choose and cut noble, Douglas, grand, white, a few Nordmann firs as well as blue spruce.
He and his wife have a tree farm on their property, which has been designated as conservation land to protect nearby drinking water supplies, and the majestic blue spruce was in danger of being damaged during a planned timber stand improvement anyway, he said.
There are three types of trees on offer at Good Elf: the Norway Spruce, Nordmann Fir and Blue Spruce.
Pierre Team has just listed a Home For Sale with a property in Birch Valley Community, 15 Blue Spruce Lane, Levittown, PA.
A 2013 Blue Spruce Award nominee for the Ontario Library Association's Forest of Reading, Really and Truly is a testament to the power of stories, love and the bond between child and grandparent.
The avant-garde will be drawn to the Blue Spruce as its metallic-blue sheen boasts originality.
Next Thursday, the Obamas will also flip a switch to light the National Christmas Tree, a living Colorado blue spruce located on the Ellipse, just south of the White House.
I should hear, above, a river of wind in the high pines and blue spruce,
Later Gul and Abbas planted a blue spruce to the garden of the embassy.
I hope they enjoy the blue spruce tree which was removed.
Spruces - the other two spruce species that you may find are the Blue Spruce, Picea pungens from the Rockies and the Serbian Spruce, Picea omorika from, yes you guessed it, the old Yugoslavia.
Nordman firs and Scots pines are famed for their high needle retention, and both the Norway and Blue spruce are incredibly popular for giving off that magical scent of Christmas.
TREE-MENDOUS The Blue Spruce is one of the prettiest trees of all.
blue spruce, ``The Grinch Who Stole Christmas,'' stocking stuffers and yuletide.