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Latin: Picea abies

 

Zones: 2-7

 

Other common names: European spruce

 

Mature Height/high: 125 ft. high/ 25-30 ft. spread. The Norway Spruce has fast growth rate when young, slows down with age, fairly dense when young, becoming a bit more open with age.

 

Soil / Climate: Very cold hardy. The Norway Spruce tolerates acidic soils well, best in well-drained, sandy soils, large trees transplant easily, prefers cooler climates, full sun.

 

Notes: It is used in forestry for timber and paper production, and as an ornamental tree in parks and gardens. It is also widely planted for use as a Christmas tree.

 

Wildlife: Winter shelter for wildlife. Squirrels will eat the buds. Spruce grouse eat the needles. The seed is eaten by a variety of woodpeckers, pheasant, and many other varieties of birds.

Spruce, Norway - Transplant

$4.00Price