Norway Spruce Planting Conditions?

Answer The Norway spruce, Picea avies, is a fast-growing conifer tree. The tree is often planted as a single ornamental, or as part of a windbreak. The Norway spruce is native to central and northern Euro... Read More »

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Norway Spruce Uses?

Norway spruce trees, which have the scientific name "picea abies," grow well in a variety of environments. These large green conifers grow in multiple countries around the world, including most of ... Read More »

How to Transplant a Norway Spruce?

Transplanting a Norway spruce, like any other evergreen, is best done when the tree is young and fewer than 6 feet tall. Norway spruce has a tap root that goes almost as deep into the ground as the... Read More »

How to Trim a Norway Spruce?

Norway spruce is one of the toughest trees that ever lived. It looks sweet as a seedling, and is often placed too close to a house by those who don't know that it can reach a height of 60 feet or m... Read More »

What is the scientific name for the Norway spruce?

The scientific name for the Norway spruce is "Picea abies." This tree is native to Europe, but has also been cultivated in the United States and Canada as an ornamental and a Christmas tree.Referen... Read More »