Blue Spruce Tree Seeds 30pcs Rare Picea Pungens Glauca


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30piece Set Of Rare Blue Spruce Picea Pungens Glauca Tree Seedlings For Landscaping

Experience the joy of cultivating your own Blue Spruce Tree with our 30piece set of Rare Picea Pungens Glauca seedlings! This perennial, adaptable to subtropical climates, is perfect for outdoor landscaping, adding an element of majestic beauty to your balcony or garden. With its intense blue-green color, this medium to large-sized tree is sure to be the star of your outdoor space.

This Blue Spruce variety is a part of the Happy Farm classification, signifying its easy cultivation level. Even if you’re new to gardening, you’ll have no trouble growing this stunning tree. It doesn’t require a full-bloom period, which makes it a low-maintenance option for those looking to beautify their surroundings.

Pisces would be particularly drawn to this tree, as it falls under their constellation. So, if you’re a Pisces or know one, this tree could be a great addition to the landscape. Remember, the flowerpot is not included, so be ready with your own pot to start your gardening journey!

How to Plant Blue Spruce Tree Seeds 30pcs Rare Picea Pungens Glauca:

1. Soak the seeds in water for 24 hours.
2. Choose a pot with good drainage and fill it with a mix of sand and peat moss.
3. Plant each seed about 1 inch deep into the soil.
4. Water the seeds gently, ensuring the soil is moist but not waterlogged.
5. Place the pot in a cool, shaded area until germination occurs.
6. Once the seedlings grow a few inches, move the pot to a sunnier location.
7. Regularly water the seedlings, but avoid overwatering to prevent root rot.

With our Blue Spruce seedlings, you’ll have an attractive, easy-to-grow addition to your outdoor space. Start your landscaping journey today!

Planting Essentials:

  • Latin Name: The Latin name for this tree is Picea Pungens Glauca, also known as the Blue Spruce Tree.
  • Planting Season: Blue Spruce Trees can be planted in any season, but they prefer cooler temperatures for germination.
  • Germination Rate: The germination rate of the Blue Spruce Tree seeds is fairly high, making it easy for even beginner gardeners to cultivate.
  • Grown Plant Size: Once fully grown, the Blue Spruce Tree can reach a medium to large size, making it the perfect statement piece for any garden or balcony.
  • Time to Maturity: The Blue Spruce Tree takes about 25-30 years to reach full maturity, but you’ll start seeing growth within the first few months of planting.
  • Soil Type: Blue Spruce Trees prefer a mix of sand and peat moss for optimal growth.
  • Watering: Regular watering is necessary for the Blue Spruce Tree, but avoid overwatering to prevent root rot.
  • Sunlight: The Blue Spruce Tree prefers a mix of sun and shade, with more sun exposure once the seedlings have sprouted.
  • Uses: This tree is primarily used for beautifying outdoor spaces, but it’s also suitable for providing shade and wind protection.
  • Deer Resistance: Blue Spruce Trees are not a preferred food source for deer, making them resistant to deer damage.
  • Pest and Disease Resistance: Blue Spruce Trees are generally resistant to most common pests and diseases, making them an ideal choice for low-maintenance gardening.
  • Spacing Requirements: For optimal growth, allow at least 10-20 feet of space between each Blue Spruce Tree.
  • Companion Plants: Blue Spruce Trees pair well with other evergreens or brightly colored flowering plants.
  • Harvesting Instructions: As this is a perennial tree, it does not have a specific harvesting period. However, you can trim and shape the tree as needed to maintain its appearance.

Additional information


Outdoor Plants

Cultivating Difficulty Degree

Very Easy


Happy Farm

Full-bloom Period










Applicable Constellation



Blue Spruce