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Plants Matching needled or scaled evergreen

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Image of Picea abies photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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James H. Schutte

(Acrocona Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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Mark A. Miller

(Clanbrassiliana Stricta Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, and first selected in Northern Ireland, 'Clanbrassiliana Stricta' is a dwarf cultivar of Norway spruce. It originated as a sport off of another dwarf cultivar named 'Clanbrassiliana', which began as witch's broom. Its compact habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The overall branching structure on this dwarf conifer is rather upright and slightly narrow. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones....

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James H. Schutte

(Cupressina Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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James H. Schutte

(Elegans Dwarf Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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Mark A. Miller

(Hillside Upright Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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Mark A. Miller

(Little Gem Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

This is a dwarf evergreen spruce grown for its tidy, mounding habit, short needles, and flat top. Large deep-green to brown female cones nest among dense, dark green needles. The Little Gem Norway Spruce delivers the best qualities of the Picea abies family in a miniature package. P. abies, which is native to northern Europe, tolerates heat and humidity better than other spruces, and does especially well where summers are cool.

It grows best in deep, moist, but well-drained soil in full sun....

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Mark A. Miller

(Little Joe Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, this large, fast growing, pyramidal evergreen with drooping branchlets and long brown cones is one of the most widely planted hardy conifers. Its graceful habit and rich green foliage provide year-round ornamental interest. The short, sharp-tipped needles point forward. The bark is grayish-brown with orange undertones. Many cultivars are available, including numerous dwarf selections.

Like most spruces, this adaptable tree prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained...

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Russell Stafford

(Dwarf Norway Spruce, Norway Spruce)

This is a dense slow-growing cultivar of Norway spruce, a large, hardy, fast growing evergreen conifer native to Europe. Globular when young, 'Mucronata' matures into a large broadly pyramidal stiff-branched shrub with short sharp dark-green needles. The prominent brown buds provide further ornamental interest.

This plant prefers full sun and moist humus-rich well-drained soil. It works well by entryways, in mixed borders, or in consort with other dwarf conifers of contrasting habits, textures...

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Jesse Saylor

(Bird's Nest Spruce, Norway Spruce)

Native to Europe, Norway spruce is one of the most widely planted evergreen conifers. Its popular cultivar 'Nidiformis' has a dense, compact, spreading, concave-topped habit which suggests a bird's nest.

Like most spruces, bird's nest spruce prefers full sun and moderately moist, well drained soil. It works well in foundation plantings, mixed borders, and large rock gardens.