Black Hills spruce is a small to medium sized tree with a dense growth habit and a broad, pyramidal form. It is a good addition to residential landscapes or for use in windbreaks.
Height: 20 to 40'
Width: 10 to 15'
Growth Rate: Slow (up to 12" / year)
Habit: Symmetrical and pyramidal with dense branching
Foliage: Dark green to blue green needles
Sun: Partial to full sun
Soil: Prefers acidic, moist, gravelly or sandy loam and fine clay soils.
Water: Water newly transplanted trees thoroughly two to three times per week. Once established, these trees are drought tolerant.