'Sun on the Sky' is December Special
Picea glauca 'Sun on the Sky' (pbr) got its name from the yellow needles which appear on the plant in summer. 'Sun on the Sky' has nice upright and pyramid shape properties making it a solitary jewel in any garden. In 2004, 'Sun on the Sky' was found as a spur in Picea glauca 'Sanders Blue Select'.
Picea glauca 'Sun on the Sky' is a slow-growing conifer with a dense, compact, and upright growth. The plant has small, soft and dense needles and in spring, the new young spurs are pale-yellow. In late summer, early autumn it colours back to light blue.
One Metre Tall
In 10 years, 'Sun on the Sky' grows to a shrub of one metre tall. The plant grows in any soil, and likes a place in the sun or partial shade. Because of its good hardiness and beautiful colouring, 'Sun on the Sky' provides many years of joy in the border or on the patio.
This plant is chosen as the December special by New Plants BV.