Fast growing, up to 12" per year.
Cones are 1-2" in length.
Highly adaptive to many environments.
Height: 40 ft
Spread: 8 ft
Hardiness Zone: 2
Attributes: Specimen, Fast Growing, Low Maintenance
Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Foliage Color: Blue/green
Habit: Columnar, Upright
Soil Moisture: Acidic, Moist, Well-Drained
Comments: A formal habit on this conical evergreen makes it a must have accent plant. Plays well in small areas due to it's fastigiate form. Dark blue-green needles add to the impressive stiffly held branches. Excellent as a specimen, in a small garden, and as a living fence. The original tree was found in a native stand near Ontario, Canada.
Weeping White Spruce
Picea glauca 'Pendula'
Mark with a #7 pot Weeping White Pine at OPN
Weeping White Spruce at the OPN arboretum