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Spruce 'Golden Feathers' Picea pungens ~ New spring growth is bright yellow for approximately 2 weeks, then mellows to chartreuse and then finally green. Zones 3-7
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Golden Feather Spruce (In about 45 years) Young cones whitish in color. New growth is bright yellow, fading to chartreuse, and then green. Provides a burst of yellow color lasting about two weeks.

"Golden Feather" Spruce - So cool! I bet it's not hardy here though.

Conifer tree - Pine tree named Picea/Spruce or 'Golden Feather'

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Spruce 'Golden Feathers' Picea pungens ~ New spring growth is bright yellow for approximately 2 weeks, then mellows to chartreuse and then finally green. Zones 3-7

Spruce 'Golden Feathers' Picea pungens ~ New spring growth is bright yellow for approximately 2 weeks, then mellows to chartreuse and then finally green. Zones 3-7
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Norway spruce ‘Acrocona.’ (Picea abies ‘Acrocona’)
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Spring Color in Conifers - American Conifer Society

Place in pot until transfer to back yard. Conifer Colors: the shockingly…

My current favorite harbinger of spring is a Norway spruce that goes by the name & (Picea abies & It is named Acrocona (“acro” meaning “ .

Dwarf conifers exhibit some surprising color and unique form in their emerging cones. ACS members discuss their favorite harbingers of spring with photos.

Norway spruce ‘Acrocona.’ (Picea abies ‘Acrocona’)

Norway spruce ‘Acrocona.’ (Picea abies ‘Acrocona’)
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Abies squamata 'Flaky'
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Abies squamata 'Flaky' Really? I would pay money to see this.

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Abies squamata 'Flaky'

Abies squamata 'Flaky'
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Conifer color on Pinus pumila 'Dwarf Blue'. Male cones before maturity.
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Conifer color on Pinus pumila 'Dwarf Blue'. Male cones before maturity.
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Acrocona Pusch Dwarf Norway Spruce
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Acrocona Pusch Dwarf Norway Spruce

Acrocona Pusch Dwarf Norway Spruce

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Jackfruit Tree - not the prettiest of trees, but the fruit is really yummy or the unripened fruit is great for savoury dishes.

Picea abies 'Spring Fire' Found at the Iseli Nursery as a witches' broom on a 'Rubraspicata'.

Picea abies 'Spring Fire' Found at the Iseli Nursery as a witches' broom on a 'Rubraspicata'.

Picea abies Rydal. A small upright bushy tree with bright red young foliage, later turning dark green. Originated before 1993 as a witches' broom by Tage Lundell, Sweden. Encyclopedia of Conifers

A small upright bushy tree with bright red young foliage, later turning dark green. Originated before 1993 as a witches' broom by Tage Lundell, Sweden. Encyclopedia of Conifers.

Algerian fir, Abies numidica  (I'm not sure these are succulents, but they came frm a succulent n cactus board.)

Algerian fir, Abies numidica (I'm not sure these are succulents, but they came frm a succulent n cactus board.

conifers | Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Melody' - Conifers › Cypress | Maplestone ...

Chamaecyparis obtusa (Hinoki Cypress) Chamaecyparis obtusa (Hinoki Cypress) Today we'll discuss Chamaecyparis obtusa, the.

My favorite conifer: Sciadopitys verticillata Japanese Umbrella Pine - Needles are the softest.

My favorite conifer: Sciadopitys verticillata Japanese Umbrella Pine - Needles are the softest, perfect for side yard.

Picea orientalis 'Skylands' - cones:  Bold, but not gaudy, this full, upright spruce is an excellent choice for adding bright, year-round color to a large garden.  Its fine, spiky needles emerge electric yellow in spring and gradually soften to a rich gold that stands out against the dark green, interior foliage.

Hardy to Zone great color, tidy large grower, and gives a happy sense of well-being all year long. I love this conifer, and I think you will too!

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