Picea or Spruce

Beautiful evergreen conifers that are grown for their attractive foliage, slow growing nature. Such a versatile shrub that comes in many forms such as upright, low growing and half standards.

They can be identified by their conical shape and spiral branches, some of the needles are shed when 4-10 years old, leaving the branches looking and feeling rough.

Where to Site Your Picea

Perfect for rockeries, pots and a mixed flower border.

How to Grow and Look after your Picea

Grow in most soils and sun or part shade.

They require no pruning and can be left to grow on their own as they are slow growing, chose wisely as the sizes can vary

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