Some popular dwarf evergreen trees include Alberta blue, dwarf blue subalpine fir, and "Feelin’ Blue" deodar cedar. Alberta blue is a smaller version of the popular larger Alberta blue spruce. It grows to a height of 5 to 7 feet and has a 2-foot spread, with characteristic silver-blue foliage.
The dwarf Alberta blue evergreen grows best in sunny to partially shaded areas. It is deer-resistant and tolerates wet soil. The Alberta blue is an ideal addition to rock gardens and can also be grown as a container plant.
The dwarf blue subalpine fir has a height of 6 to 8 feet, with soft blue conifer needles. This native of North America is a slow-growing tree that requires regular weekly watering, especially during dry seasons. Overall, it is a relatively low-maintenance variety.
"Feelin’ Blue" deodar cedar is a low-growing evergreen tree, with a maximum height of 2 feet. It has blue-green needles, compact growth and is tolerant of coastal conditions. It is best used in small gardens and requires minimal watering.