Black Hills Spruce Tabletop Christmas Tree
Picea glauca 'Densata'
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Perfect Gift and Decor Now and Perfect Planted Later!
Make the holiday season beautiful now with a handsome Black Hills Spruce live decoration. Plant it after the Holidays to make your garden spectacular later!
The Black Hills Spruce (native to South Dakota) is a healthy native tree that will make your holiday table, guest room or front porch sparkle this season. As a bonus this living tree is super easy to plant and will live on in your landscape as a classic evergreen that will make your garden sparkle for years to come.
Don't spend money on a 'fresh-cut' tree that was cut down months ago from somewhere far away and then put in cold storage until it could reach you. Instead, buy a beautiful and easy-care living Black Hills Spruce Tabletop tree from LetsPlantify.com.
This sweet little tree is a hostess dream and a favorite secret Santa gift. It comes planted in a one quart container ready to slip into a decorative container and adorn with your favorite ornaments. The needles are a fresh blue/green and show off your holiday style with classic good looks. There's also no messy needle clean-up since this is a live tree!
All you need to make this little guy happy are some sunlight and water. Keep the soil moist, but don't overwater or let it sit in water. Take it to the sink and water it, then let the excess water just run down the drain.
When you are ready this beautiful spruce will transplant into your yard or garden with ease. When this tree is fully grown it is one of the most striking of all the spruce trees with its elegant pyramidal shape and year-round evergreen color.
Don't be naughty. Buy some for yourself and some to give as gifts. Santa is watching!
- Live Tree in a Nursery Pot - Fits Perfectly in Your Decorative Pot 6 Inches Tall and Wide
- Decorate for ALL Winter Holidays
- Easy to Plant when the Season is Over
|Botanical Name||Picea glauca 'Densata'|
|Mature Height||40 - 60 feet|
|Mature Spread||15 - 25 feet|
|Soil Type||Widely Adaptable|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun, Partial Shade|
|Bloom Period||Late Spring|
|Growing Zone Range||2-6|
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