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Norway SprucePicea abiesEuropean Spruce

Hardy Tree

What is Hardy Tree?
Woody plant, usually having a permanent framework of branches. Capable of withstanding outdoor winter temperatures down to -15C.

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Fast-growing evergreen

Great for low-maintenance hedging

Grow your own Christmas trees!


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Height Up to 3000cm (1181in)
Spread Up to 900cm (360in)

Hardy Tree

hedgeslow maintenance garden

full sun

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Norway Spruce is a fast-growing, dense conifer that is ideal for evergreen hedging. It is a familiar conifer, being the most common Christmas tree species in the UK! Glossy, dark-green needles are accompanied by long, pendulous light brown cones in summer and autumn. Low maintenance and easy to grow, Norway Spruce is extremely tough, thriving in even the most exposed locations and being a good choice in a shelterbelt or as a windbreak. It has value to UK wildlife, particularly to red squirrels, who eat the cones. Suitable for acidic or neutral soils. Height: 3000cm (1181in). Spread: 900cm (360in).

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1 rootrainer plug hedging plant (KC7146)

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How to Grow
Grow Picea abies plants in moist, but well-drained, acidic or neutral soil in full sun. Choose a position that is sheltered from cold, drying winds. Alternatively grow Norway Spruce in large containers, using ericaceous (acidic) compost.
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Once established, Picea plants require no pruning or maintenance.

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