Living Christmas Trees

Long to watch this year's Christmas tree get bigger every year? Simply pick a variety of tree that's right for your climate, take good care of it during the holidays and plant it well, and it will grace your garden for decades to come.

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'Blue Wonder' dwarf Alberta spruce. A small conifer that's widely used in residential landscapes, the ubiquitous dwarf Alberta spruce forms a tight, medium-green cone. 'Blue Wonder' offers a lovely blue alternative that makes a good accent plant. Mature size: 6 ft. tall, 2 to 3 ft. wide, USDA Zones 2 to 8

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