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Black Hills spruce is noted for its dark green foliage and conical form and has been planted throughout the tristate area. Seed for this year’s crop was collected near the nursery and from the Black Hills of South Dakota. Black Hills spruce prefer heavier soils, adequate moisture, and clean cultivation; reaching a height of six feet in nine years on a good site. Black Hills spruce is very resistant to winter injury and has fewer insect and disease problems than most other species. Plant Black Hills spruce 8 to 12 feet apart in a row. Mature height is approximately 40 feet. ~ Towner State Nursery 



Black Hills Spruce

  • All orders are final. If an item is out of stock, Morgan Conservation District will work to fulfill the item with another supplier, but no guarantees can be made. In this case, returns shall be issued to customers within 90 days of original purchase date. 

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