SPRUCE YEZO

PICEA JEZOENSIS
Height

120'

Zone

3 – 7

Habit

Upright or oval, Broad

Foliage

Glossy dark green with silver underside

Yezo Spruce has a broad upright to oval habit, similar to Norway spruce. Can grow to 120 feet, with glossy dark green needles with a silver underside. Recommended hardiness zones 3 – 7. Native to Russia, North Korea, China and Serbia. Intolerant to the heat and humidity of the deep south.

 

This species is native to Japan — the southern Kuriles and Hokkaido; in China — Heilongjiang province; North Korea; and Russia — Ussuri, Sakhalin, the Kuriles, and central Kamchatka. In Japan, it is found growing in subalpine forests at elevations of 125 to 3,500 feet (40 – 1,000 m) above sea level; in Russia, it occurs north along the Sea of Okhotsk coast to Magadan as “an ecological counterpart of Sitka spruce.”

Hardy to USDA Zone 5 — cold hardiness limit between -20° and -10°F (-28.8°C and -23.3°C). Plants with Russian or North Korean provenance will undoubtedly be up to 2 zones hardier.

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Availability & Ordering

SPRUCE YEZO 6-12in. 18 CT TRAY

SPRYEDDQTS

Availability

252 in stock

Next Available

Fall22-Spring23*

Pricing

Notice

When ordering tray material, any 38 Ct and 50 Ct Evergreen Gro Plugs or 18 Ct cell liner trays, the order quantity must be in full tray increments.

Example
  • 7 trays of 50 Ct Gro Plugs would be 350 plants on the order line.
  • 5 trays of 18 Ct trays would be 90 plants on the order line.

All bare root birch single stem must be ordered in increments of 10.

All bare root evergreen T Bedrun Four Year Old, minimum order is 25 plants per variety.

Availability Legend

  • 50GP = One year from seed, sold 50 trees per tray, 3 tray mix/match minimum
  • 18 Ct Tray = Two years from seed/cutting, 3 tray mix/match minimum
  • #1 Container = 3 year old tree container grown
  • #5 Container =  5 year old tree container established
  • T Bedrun = 4  year old field grown bare root liners/bed run
Season Code
  • F22-S23
When products are available
  • FALL 2022 – SPRING 2023

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