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Norway Spruce is one of the fastest growing of all the spruces. As this evergreen tree grows older, the side branches become horizontal, turning upward at the tip. Secondary branches of the Norway Spruce hang downward from the main branches, giving the tree a graceful appearance.
Norway Spruces are one of the best conifers for shelters and windbreaks, as its branches grow densely into one another. For planting a windbreak, these trees can be planted 6 to 10 feet apart. Branches droop gracefully as tree matures, making this a very attractive ornamental.
Our husky 2-2 transplants make the planting job easy. 2-2 Transplants are hardier, huskier, and more all-around balanced plants. When planted in your landscape, the transplant has a greater chance of survival since it has already survived the shock of being transplanted once at the nursery.
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