Meyers Spruce thrives best in Zones 2-8
The Meyer's Spruce is a relatively recent addition to the United States. Though originally a native of China and Russia, it has found increasing popularity in the United States, particularly in the eastern US.
Part of the reason is that it is very very similar to the Blue Spruce, though a bit more adaptable to various soils and environments, as well as being more tolerable to many of the pests that can harm the Blue Spruce. While prefering full sun, they can tolerate partial shade. They can also tolerate drought and can be planted in a wider range of soils, both in terms of consistency as well as acidity.
They have bluish-green, silvery needles just like the Blue Spruce and typically grow to around 50 ft tall. Given their similarities to other Spruces, along with their roughly average growth-rate, they are typically favored for their use in privacy screens, windbreaks, and as an ornamental tree.
Information on some of the other popular varieties of trees we carry...
Information on White Spruce trees
Information on Norway Spruce trees
Information on Colorado Blue Spruce trees
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