Lake Toxaway, NC(Zone 7a)

I want to buy a dwarf conifer (or is it a spruce)? that I have seen alot. It is very dense, grows to about 6 feet high and is very pyramidal in shape. They are pretty common now but I don't know what its name is. I live pretty far out in the country and may have to drive some distance to buy this, so I want to "let my fingers do the walking" first and see if anyone has them before I drive 40 miles for no reason. Can anyone tell me what this is called? If you have a picture would you post it so I can see if it's the one I'm talking about?

Northern Piedmont, NC(Zone 7b)

woodspirit, sounds like it might be a dwarf Alberta Spruce. I'll try to get a pic and post for you.
Jean

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Old Town (Gainesvill, FL(Zone 8a)

I know around here what we use that is like that is arborvitae :)

Katrina

Georgetown, TX(Zone 8a)

Katrina, do you have problems with bagworms on your arborvitae?

Tonasket, WA(Zone 5a)

This photo is of my Prairie Fire Crabapple Allee. The evergreens are Picea glauca 'Conica', Dwarf Alberta Spruce. They were about 36" in 1998 when I planted them. I dont think they have grown more than 6 or 8 inches since then. Maybe they are what you are looking for. Donna

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Lake Toxaway, NC(Zone 7a)

Wow, what a beautiful picture. That looks like them, so I will ask for them at a local nursery and see if that is it. Very, very, pretty Allee

Hillsboro, OH(Zone 6a)

The Lowe's by me has some about one foot tall for $4, and ones about 3 feet tall for closer to $40. Being that they only grow a couple of inches per year, I sure understand the price difference! LOL

Lake Toxaway, NC(Zone 7a)

I got some! At a local nursery, about 15" high for $5 each. I will fertilize them and help them grow a little faster, lol. I appreciate all the help I am getting.......

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