Prairie hardy tree and shrub seedlings.
TreeTime.ca is a Western Canadian company that specializes in selling prairie hardy tree and shrub seedlings. We produce a large variety of native and landscape seedlings that are packaged and shipped out of our cold storage warehouse every spring. TreeTime has been in business since 2003 and we are affiliated with six large reforestation nurseries in Alberta that produce millions of seedlings annually. We mostly service clients in the Prairie Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba as well as British Columbia. We specialize in selling 1 to 4 year old plug and bare root seedlings that can be quickly and easily transported and planted. We offer highly competitive prices and have over 100 species available. Most of our stock has been grown from seed that has been collected from local plants.
Blue Spruce (Colorado Spruce)
The pyramidal shape, foliage color, and wonderful smell make the Colorado Blue Spruce the ideal tree for your shelterbelt, privacy screen, or accent tree project.
Blue spruces, also known as Colorado Blue Spruces, are coated with silver-blue needles. Their silvery-blue needles are prickly to the touch and have a strong, fresh, piney smell. Its pyramidal shape, foliage color, and wonderful smell make this tree a classic choice for a Christmas tree. Not only are these spruces the most widely planted landscape trees, they are the ideal tree for your shelterbelt, privacy screen, or accent tree project.
Colorado Blue Spruce is invaluable in deer country, as their prickly texture and strong smell render them deer-resistant. In the wintry North, where landscapes can look barren in winter, these evergreens provide much-needed winter interest.
White spruce is a very important commercial tree species, yielding excellent lumber and pulp.
White Spruce is a hardy, long-lived evergreen tree. It flourishes in many soil types and moisture levels. Shade tolerant and low maintenance, the white spruce is the ideal tree in your shelterbelt, privacy screen, or hedge project. Its pyramidal shape and size allow for its planting as an ornamental tree in an urban environment.
Its needles are about 2 centimetres long and bluish-green or green, with a whitish powdery, waxy layer. Cones from the white spruce are 5 to 7 centimetres long and are light brown. White spruce is a very important commercial tree species, yielding excellent lumber and pulp.