White Spruce are native across north America. Thick White Spruce forests are spread across Alaska and Canada creating a blanket for wildlife during the winter months. White Spruce have stiff 4 sided green needles. The needles are usually ½ to ¾ inches long. The wood is harvested for pulpwood and general construction. Logs are used in cabin making. White Spruce seeds are a good energy source for red squirrels.
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Average Seeds Per Packet: 100
Average Seeds Per Ounce: 10500
|Botanical Name:||PICEA glauca|
|Other Names:||Canada Spruce, Western White Spruce, Black Hills Spruce|
|Hardiness Zones:||2 to 6|
|Height in 20 Years:||30 feet max|
|Max Height:||100 feet|
|Max Spread:||20 feet|
|Type:||Evergreen, Conifer, Spruce|
|Sun Preference:||Full to Partial|