Picea pungens 'Super Blue Seedling'


From Polhill


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Why We Love It

For a classic conical tree shape, choose 'Super Blue Seedling'.

It's a compact evergreen spruce that grows silvery-blue needles, which darken as it matures.

The foliage has a fresh pine fragrance.

How to Plant

Give 'Super Blue Seedling' full sun and moist, well-drained clay, loam or sandy soil with an acidic or neutral pH.

Into the Ground

Grab your gloves, some tree and shrub compost, a watering can and of course a spade or trowel.

  1. Pop the gloves on and water the potted pine well.
  2. Dig a hole that's twice the size of the rootball.
  3. Mix in some tree and shrub compost.
  4. Place the bare rootball in the hole and fill in around it.
  5. Cover the rootball and firm up.
  6. Water well and mulch in winter.
Into a Pot

Take a large container that's twice as large as the rootball, as well as your gloves, trowel, tree and shrub compost and a watering can.

  1. Pull on your gloves to prevent any needle-related accidents and soak the potted pine in its old pot.
  2. Mix garden soil and compost together in the new container.
  3. Remove the old pot and position the pine in the new one.
  4. Fill in around it with more soil and compost and pat down.
  5. Give it a drink and remember to mulch in winter.
Product Details
Eventual Height

300 cm

Eventual Spread

150 cm

Botanic Name

Picea pungens 'Super Blue Seedling'




Border or Bed

Current Height

50 - 60cm

Code: SPRTL106775
Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99
Delivered within 2-4 working days
Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99  ·  Delivered within 2-4 working days

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