White Spruce - Picea glauca | Pots ready spring & fall

Common name: White Spruce

Scientific name: Picea glauca

Example mature size: 30 m tall, 10 m wide; 98.5 ft tall, 33 ft wide

Sunlight: Full-sun, Partial-sun

Water: Medium-dry, Medium-wet

Soil: Loam

Blooms: Green in May

Ontario plant status: Native Tree - Coniferous, Common

Natural habitats: Generalist, Roadsides-ravines, Forest-shaded, Swamp-wetland

Wildlife benefits: Deer/moose 🦌, Songbirds 🐦, Omnivores 🦝, Rodents 🐿️

Points of interest: - Once established, can survive in a range of soil and moisture conditions. Although, young trees can be sensitive to frost damage so should be planted in a protected area - Its bark, branches, buds, and seeds provide food for birds, deer, porcupines, rabbits and other rodents - Protect young trees from frost