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Picea pungens ‘Corbett'

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Picea pungens 'Corbett' is a charming true dwarf conifer, perfect for smaller spaces and container gardening. With its compact habit, 'Corbett' starts as a globose shape when young, gradually developing into a more pyramidal form with age. In 10 years, it typically reaches 4 feet in height and 3 feet in width.

Discovered as a witches' broom in Corbett, Oregon, 'Corbett' should not be mistaken for 'Jack Corbit.' This delightful dwarf spruce adds a touch of elegance and structure to any garden, making it a versatile and appealing choice for a variety of landscapes.

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