Nest type, with tiny needles and a very dense habit, this miniature is simply a wonderful plant. This spruce is an extremely popular plant, useful in a variety of garden situations with its ‘living rock’ appearance. Grows only in full sun.
"Nest type, well known, flat-topped, spreading spruce with dense, horizontal layers of branches; much wider than tall. A refreshing, light green colour. Grows better in well-drained, sandy soils. Prefers acidic soils and cooler climates. Grows only in full sun. "
Weeping spruce if staked or spread if not staked. Drooping branches cascading down the upright trunk. Young shoots pale green contrasting with the dark green foliage. Magnificent specimen for small spaces.
Low maintenance, and a great wildlife habitat. Selected by Oregon nurseryman Andy Sherwood. Narrow, pyramidal tree with strongly ascending branches which can develop into a mid-sized upright rounded cone in the landscape. Deer Resistant. Slow grower at only 3" per year. Can tolerate air pollution.
Norway Spruce is a pyramidal tree with graceful, drooping branchlets and lustrous, dark green foliage at maturity. The long cones provide additional interest. Grows better in well-drained, sandy soils. Prefers acidic soils and cooler climates. Grows only in full sun.