This slow-growing dwarf cultivar forms a dense, rounded, hassock-shaped mound to 30-60cm tall with a slightly larger spread. It is ornamentally grown in landscapes for its colorful evergreen foliage, interesting shape, texture and small size. Used as a specimen or accent for rock gardens, foundations, shrub borders, edging.
Conical and narrow habit. Short, weeping branches with upright tips. Bright, dark green foliage with whitish underside. Purple cones. Has a superficial root system and it is easy to plant. Deer resistant.
Gotelli Weeping Serbian Spruce has attractive silvery blue-variegated bluish-green foliage which emerges light green in spring. The needles are ornamentally significant and remain bluish-green through the winter. Used as a specimen.This tree's beauty and weeping character increase with time and maturity.
A compact form of the Serbian spruce; dense, globose when young, developing into a broad pyramid. Like the species, 'Nana' has white stomatal bands on the lower leaf surface, dark green above, giving the plant a bicolor effect.
Weeping Serbian Spruce has attractive dark green foliage with silver undersides which emerges light green in spring. The main stem is semi-weeping, but the branches are drooping. Beautiful specimen, excellent for giving height to a landscape composition.
A weeping form of Serbian spruce,the strong weeping habit of this tree is much more accentuated compared with omorika 'Pendula'. The needles are glossy dark green with 2 white lines underneath giving a silvery effect on the underside. Produces cones, bluish black when young, cinnamon brown when aging . A perfect choice for narrow spaces. "
This spruce has narrowly pyramidal habit, more slender and graceful than other spruces. The needles are glossy dark green above with 2 white lines on lower side (silvery underside), Produces cones, blue black when young, cinnamon brown when ageing .They grow better in a moderately moist, well drained soil but will grow in sand and heavy clay. "
Texture, color and an irregular sculptural habit give this Serbian Spruce unique character and make it an excellent focal point for the small garden. Individual shoots display either intense blue needles for a frosty look, or green needles for a softer look.
An explosion of brilliant, yellow spring growth provides a fantastic contrast against the mature, short, dark green needles of this spruce until mid-summer. This tree grows slowly into a narrowly pyramidal form with a full skirt of lower branches that arch gracefully out and down. Used as a specimen or as a focal point.