Trees - Sprucemost spruces like neutral to acid soil, moderate to slightly heavier water, full to moderate sunpicea abiesNorway Sprucespicea abiesNorway Sprucepicea abies 'Minima'compact norway sprucepicea abies 'Procumbens'creeping norway sprucePicea abies 'Little Gem"Little Gem" Norway Spruce "little gem"picea abies pumilaDwarf Norway SprucePicea abies 'echiniformis'Hedgehog Norway SprucePicea glaucaAlberta Spruce:Picea glauca 'Conica'Dwarf Alberta Sprucepicea glaucaBirdsnets Sprucespicea glauca 'Echiniformis'Dwarf birdsnest spruce / hedgehog spruce Dense minature globe with blue gray foliage.Picea abies "Nidiformis"Birdsnest Spruce -Picea omorika 'Pimoko'Serbian Spruce introduced in 1980, is among the smallest of the dwarf forms of this plant. It grows only about an inch & a half a year, forming a foot high, sixteen inch wide domed mound in ten years. As a bonsai with limited resources for its roots & expert pruning, it can remain even smaller. The species has additionally provided weeping forms, skinny upright forms, wide conical forms, prostrate forms, & varieties that are curiously irregular. The spruce needles are themselves miniatures at only one-fourth inch length, densely compact. The needles are grey-green to dark blue-green, having silvery-white stomotal bands. It can make quite a startling contrast alongside a regular dark green or a yellow-green dwarf conifer.It wants rich humusy soil, moist with perfect drainage, & lots of sun, though it can sunburn in particularly lengthy hot days, or windburn in exposed locations during winter.picea pungens glaucaColorado Blue SpruceConifer (cone bearing) tree with distinctive blue-green evergreen needles. The tree color can vary from dark green through all shades of blue-green to powderwhite blue. Prefers full sun.