Exposure: Full Sun
Mature Size: 60′ H X 20′ W
Bloom Time: NA
Description: Another good weeping form with excellent blue color, this is generally confused in the trade with glauca pendula. Whatever the name the plant is fantastic, both staked or left to do it’s own thing.
Ornamental Features: Has a strong vibrant blue color The growth habit varies with prostrate, upright and even sweeping. Stake it up or let it grow over walls, or elegantly drape on a slope.
Landscape Attributes: This low-growing form requires staking to get much height. Useful in rock gardens and Japanese gardens. The gray-green foliage creates a special color effect.
(Trees, Shrubs and Perennials labelled Zone 2 or 3 are consistently hardy enough to survive in Calgary, Okotoks and surrounding areas)