The most colorful of all bicolors! A flat-topped bush when young, it can be kept in this form by pruning upward-growing shoots which emerge from rosy purple buds. Eventually develops into a pyramidal tree if leader is not pruned out. A unique color combination with bright silver blue on the undersides of the needles, green on top, and a yellow tint on the most exposed upper needle surfaces. Hardy to zones 3-7.