Picea sitchensis 'Pevé Wiesje'

Picea sitchensis 'Pevé Wiesje' is a dense globose dwarf selection of Sitka spruce with short, prickly, silver-blue needles on uniform, radiating branches. After 10 years in the garden, one can anticipate a specimen maturing at around 12 inches (30 cm) tall and wide, a growth rate of 1 to 1.5 inches (2.5 - 4 cm) per year. This plant would be a good choice for a formal rock garden or mixed conifer planting.

This cultivar originated as a witch's broom found in the late 1990s by Piet Vergeldt of Lottum, The Netherlands, and introduced shortly thereafter by his namesake nursery.

Picea sitchensis 'Pevé Wiesje' in the Jean Iseli Memorial Garden, Boring, Oregon.
Photo by David Olszyk


Giovanni Barone

Hello I write from Italy, here it is impossible to find the picea sitchensis Sitka Spruce, do you ship to Italy? how long will it take?what is the minimum quantity for an order? What is the smallest and cheapest size? Waiting for your reply I offer you my greetings

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We offer our greetings back to you, Giovanni!

We don't sell plants. We are an educational society. There are many conifer growers in The Netherlands, so you might try there.

Good luck!