About Our Norway Spruce Trees

Highland Hill Farm
Po. Box 517
Fountainville, PA 18923
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    Spruce Trees

    Ornamental Spruce Trees - Growing & Selling Spruces


    Highland Hill Farm is a tree, plant, and shrub grower located in Fountainville Pa. and Milan Pa. During the winter months we give free landscaping plans that we will draw up by our in house designers. Just Email Us pictures of your site and a description of what you want your landscaping to accomplish.
    We grow spruces from small seedlings and liners to 14' trees. We have at least 20 types of spruces available. The following is a list of some of the seedlings and B&B Spruce Trees that we offer.

  • Blue Spruce Trees at Highland Hill Farm

    My son Michael with our 'Bakeri' Blue Spruce

    This is one of the deepest Blue Spruces we have. This ornamental spruce is 4-5' tall and is a very slow growing.

  • Norway Spruce
  • White Spruce
  • Dwarf Alberta Spruce
  • Black Hills Spruces
  • Fat Albert Blue Spruce
  • Serbian Spruce
  • Birds Nest Spruces (Blue and Green)

    Montgomery Blue Spruce on a standard

    This is a top grafted Montgomery Blue Spruce on a standard. It is slow growing and mounded in shape.
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    Picea omorika 'Berliners Weeper'

    Picea omorika 'Berliners weeper' has great light blue color and attractive branching. The inner branches weep giving this Serbian spruce great texture. They are $158 each.
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    Picea pungens 'Hunnewelliana'

    Picea pungens 'Hunnewelliana' grows very narrow and pyramidal tree that has a very light blue color. It grows fast compare to many of the other smaller dwarf spruces.
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    Picea pungens 'Glauca Globosa'

    For smaller conifers in a landscape, Picea pungens 'Glauca Globosa' is a wonderful consideration. They stay small about 3 feet tall and they are very compact.


    ************************************************************************************************************************************************************** Highland Hill Farm welcomes you to our store for the purchase of seedlings and large spruce trees. Order your plants from us from us. Call us to discuss your needs. We help the beginners to find the best seedlings and trees and we offer advice on types to buy for those who want to start to grow nursery stock. On our farms we raise and sell nursery stock from seedlings to large caliber trees. We also offer infomation on the web About Seedlings , and how to Care for seedlings and nursery stock. If you buy your seedling from us you will have access to the free use of our planters. We have three types available for use and have had years of experience in planting seedlings. Our Planting Equipment is located in Doylestown and Milan Pa. We are dedicated to helping you with your plant needs. You will find ARTICLES we have written to help you and explain how we do what we do. We will be glad to assist you. We welcome everyone to come to our farm, if we have time we will give you a tour and show you how we built up our nursery. There are no trade secrets to our operation and we feel that in helping you we will become sharper ourselves. Our phone number is 215 651 8329.

    Did you know that Black Hills Spruce trees have dark, dark brown bark and dark, dark green needles which are their leaves. From afar, it takes surprisingly few of any evergreen tree to appear black. It takes even fewer of the Black Hills Spruce trees together to make an apparently black forest. Yes, the Black Forest of Bavaria in Germany is named for it's evergreen trees. One-third of the Black Forest today is Spruce, and Pine trees are close behind at 30%. Evergreen trees are (for)ever green, but none is more deeply, darkly green than mountain area Spruce trees like the Black Hills Spruce. There are no species of European Spruce trees named for the Black Forest, but the Rocky Mountains' Spruce trees which have remained for millions of years in the Black Hills were named well.

    So, guess what percent of the trees covering the Black Hills are Black Hills Spruce trees? The Ponderosa Pine tree, also known as the Western Yellow Pine tree makes up over three quarters of the area's trees, 76%! Would you believe just 4% of the trees in the Black Hills are Black Hills Spruce Trees? Yeesh.

    Spruce trees are not just valuable as evergreen trees suitable for rich, year 'round, dark green color from their dense needle-leaves, and of course, for Christmastime. Spruces make great windbreaks.

    Colorado Blue Spruce
    This windbreak is not only beautiful but deer proof. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************

    One of our customers worked at the Homestake Gold Mine after graduating from college. Left over from the 1876 Gold Rush to the Black Hills of South Dakota, where George Custer was supposed to chase away the prospectors bothering the Sioux Indians, but instead tried the opposite and got himself killed, the Homestake Gold mine is still operating today. The mine is a great tourist attraction, ranking right up there with Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Mountain, the indoor hot springs pool in the town of, well, Hot Springs. The Homestake Mine has produced more gold than any other mine in the entire western hemisphere, including the huge open-pit surface mines of Nevada.

    Guess what species of tree from the forest of the Black hills has been favored for the timber supports and structures down in the mine all these 120-odd years ? It was the aptly named Black Hills Spruce, because the Spruce wood is better able to stand up to being constantly bumped and being constantly wet (you wouldn't believe just how wet underground mines are our customer tells us) than the far more locally common Ponderosa Pine wood.

    How about that? If you want to mine your property with an underground operation, you'll be able to cut down your mature Spruce trees in just 30 years after you plant the seedlings you bought from SeedlingsRus, or maybe just half that time, 15 years, if you get 6-foot saplings.

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    We assist with seedlings, liners, potted plants, rooted cuttings .....evergreen and deciduous.....as well as supply large trees and shrubs that we grow. Contact us for seedling, as well as full size plants, hollies, arbs, arborvitae, nursery stock at wholesale prices, trees, plants, shrubs, maples, oaks, lindens, viburnums, ornamentals, burning bushes, wetland plants, native plants, christmas trees, white pine trees, norway spruce, white spruce, flowering trees, hollies, shade loving, deer resistant plants, hosta, spirea, arborvitae, tree growing suggestions,tree grower supplies, shade trees. We also offer arrowhead hunting on some of our fields, fishing,& hunting camping.We are a family run operation and like to keep busy.

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