Black Hills Spruce Plug Transplants

(Picea glauca ‘Densata’)

Black Hills Spruce plug transplants, approx 6-10″ tall

Perfect for privacy screens and windbreaks, Black Hills Spruce is a slow-growing, compact tree, but slow growth equals very dense growth. Unlike many of the faster growing evergreen species, you cannot see through the Black Hills Spruce as the tree matures. It’s short bright bluish green needles and a dense, conical shape makes this evergreen species a landscaper’s friend. Black Hills Spruce is virtually immune to the most common spruce pests and is very tolerant of drying winter winds. These characteristics make it ideal as an ornamental, privacy screen or windbreak if you have some patience with it’s slower growth. Black Hills Spruce can reach heights of 80 feet over a life span of up to 300 years.

Black Hills Spruce: Zones 3-6
Suitable for Zones 3-6, prefers full sun

Although named after the South Dakota region in which it is naturally found, Black Hills Spruce actually thrive in a much wider range of cooler, moist regions, including states as far south as Georgia if planted at a higher elevation. This species makes for a very useful ornamental spruce.

Watch how to plant these evergreen plug transplants faster and with less effort than any “bare root” evergreen transplant of a similar size. With just a cordless drill and our plug transplant bulb auger, you can realistically plant 50 to 100 trees per hour without breaking your back. You can buy this auger on the cheap with tree purchase, but with any order of 50 plug transplants or more [pls read that again, this offer is not for plug seedlings] we’ll include the auger for FREE!

SOLD OUT till Fall 2018, see Black Hills Spruce transplants, Black Hills Spruce plug seedlings