Picea mariana ‘MinneHaHa’

This black spruce broom with tiny needles and a miniature growth rate was the first Picea mariana broom that we discovered. It was located in a wetlands bog in Upper Michigan along the shore of Lake Superior near Marquette Michigan. It is so small that it is difficult to graft and we have only a few surviving cultivars. Since it was along the Shores of Gitche Gumee (Lake Superior) near Hiawatha National Forest, and because of it’s miniature size, we named this cultivar ‘MinneHaHa’!

Tiny scions of black spruce broom 'MinneHaHa'
Tiny scions from Picea mariana ‘MinneHaHa’
Tiny graft of miniature cultivar Picea mariana 'MinneHaHa'
Picea mariana ‘MinneHaHa’ graft