Blue Spruce
Colorado Blue Spruce


Colorado blue spruce is our most popular tree and biggest seller.  It is well known for its attractive bluish foliage and prickly aromatic needles.  It makes a beautiful landscape tree and maintains its shape without pruning.  It prefers full sun, has a medium growth rate, can tolerate a variety of soils, and is deer resistant.

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Norway Spruce
Norway Spruce

Another favorite at Courter Farms, the Norway is one of the most hardy spruces.  It is cold tolerant, disease resistant, drought tolerant, and deer resistant.  It can be grown in a variety of soils and maintains its dark green color year round.  It is also very fast growing and makes an excellent windbreak or privacy barrier.

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Serbian Spruce
Serbian Spruce

The Serbian spruce is  more narrow and less dense than the other spruces and has graceful arching branches.  This gives it an elegant appearance.  Its narrow growth habit allows it to be used  in smaller landscape situations.  Its needles have a glossy green surface and a whitish underside.  It has a medium growth rate and prefers full sun. 

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White Spruce
White Spruce

The white spruce is a popular tree with soft, short needles and strong branches.  Its dark green color and traditional conifer shape make it a favorite for ornamental plantings.  It is fast growing, adaptable to a wide variety of soils and can tolerate a considerable amount of shade.

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White Pine
White Pine

Native to North America, white pine has been a traditional favorite for a long time.  It has long, soft needles which come in clusters of 5.  It is a fast growing tree and can reach heights of 80 ft. or more.  White pine can tolerate partial shade and is able to do well in sandy loam soils.

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Fraser Fir
Fraser Fir

Fraser fir is a classy tree with short dark green needles with silver undersides.  An extremely popular Christmas tree, it also is used increasingly for landscape purposes.  It has a moderate growth rate and will grow in most soil types but must have good drainage.

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Blue Spruce
Black Hills Spruce

A close relative of the white spruce, the Black Hills is more dense and slower growing than the other spruces.  It has a beautiful dark green color and does will without pruning.  It is very hardy and is tolerates cold winters and seldom is damaged by deer.  Black Hills spruce can be grown is a variety of soils and prefer full or partial sun.

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