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Black Hills Spruce
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Popular Evergreen Trees

Estimated heights and growth patterns of most popular evergreens, black hills spruce, colorado blue spruce, fraser fir (a.k.a. balsam fir), norway spruce, white pine, and white spruce are:

Black Hills Spruce Black Hills Spruce (picea glauca 'densata')
Beautiful ornamental evergreen with bright green to bluish green needles. The black hills spruce is dense, conical in shape, and ideal for windbreaks or screens. Grows well in our area, but rarely offered at local nurseries.
Usually slow growing to approx. 40' to 60' tall with a 25' to 30' spread.
Colorado Blue Spruce Colorado Blue Spruce (picea pungens glauca)
A magnificent sight of silver blue-green (florescent blue) foliage, the colorado blue spruce is rated one of the most popular evergreen trees. Prefers rich, moist soil, and full sun. Used as a specimen, windbreaker, screen or buffer.
Usually slow growing to approx. 40' to 60' tall with a 25' to 30' spread.
Fraser Fir Fraser Fir (a.k.a. balsam fir) (abies fraseri)
The fraser fir, like the balsam fir, is a gorgeous and uniformly pyramid-shaped tree. Strong branches are turned slightly upward giving this tree a compact appearance. Fraser fir will also do well on fertile, rocky to sandy acidic soils.
Usually slow to medium growing to approx. 60' to 80' tall with a 20' to 25' spread.
Norway Spruce Norway Spruce (a.k.a. european spruce) (picea abies)
The norway spruce is the fastest growing of the spruces and most diseases resistant of the evergreens. This spruce develops strong graceful branches that are covered with dark green needles. Ideal quick windbreaker or privacy screen.
Usually fast growing to approx. 80' to 100' tall with a 35' to 40' spread.
White Pine White Pine (a.k.a. eastern white pine) (pinus strobus)
Eastern white pine are the tallest evergreen tree in North America. A hardy, valuable tree with clustered soft blue-green needles. The white pine is an ideal and popular privacy screen or windbreaker. Likes moist, well drained soils.
Usually fast growing to approx. 80' to 100' tall with a 35' to 40' spread.
White Spruce White Spruce (picea glauca)
A straight and tall tree easily recognized by its short bluish-green needles and nice overall appearance. Cones always hang down. Beautiful year-round color. The white spruce tolerates cold windy conditions, partial shade and wet soils.
Usually slow to medium growing to approx. 60' to 80' tall with a 25' to 30' spread.

Note: The above estimated tree heights and widths are based on our observation growing and planting the trees and the information available in our area... and are fairly accurate for the average tree type. We will continue to update this page as new information or findings are discovered or learned. Nonetheless, all tree heights and widths will vary depending on soil and weather conditions, tree root system, and other possible elements.   comparison chart

Chester County Grown Evergreen Trees
Chester County Evergreen Tree Farm located in Coatesville, PA 19320