Spruce-Bird's Nest

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Spruce-Bird's Nest

If you are searching for an outstanding low-maintenance, evergreen plant to use as a specimen in a sunny spot, take a good look at the cute Bird's Nest Spruce (Picea abies 'Nidiformis'). This dwarf evergreen stays low and makes a big visual impact in your landscape.

Use evergreens to add structure, texture and year-round color to your landscape. Bird's Nest Spruce truly shines in wintertime.

This adorable, extremely small variety of Norway Spruce stays petite. It features a very distinctive look, with feathery, nodding branches that downturn in a graceful way.

The nicely structured branches grow out first, and then up. You'll be amazed at the way the plant grows taller on the outside, than in the center. It is a great name, as it features a decorative appearance that really does look like the nest of a bird!

Dainty, feathery needles add to the appeal. The plant will hold these short, dark green needles year round.

Bird's Nest Spruce grows slowly and lives for a long time. It is a useful small evergreen will not outgrow its place. Try tucking one as an amazing specimen plant in interesting little spots here and there in the landscape.

You'll appreciate the charm of this cute, easy-care evergreen. It asks for very little in return. Bird's Nest Spruce has no significant insect or disease issues and is extremely hardy—even resisting harsh winds. Like all Spruce, they will need a spot in full sun and well-drained soil for best results.

This rounded, miniature variety makes an outstanding choice for small yards.

Botanical Name Picea abies 'Nidiformis'
Mature Height 3 feet
Mature Spread 4 - 5 feet
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Soil Type Well Drained
Moisture Moderate, Low
Growth Rate Slow
Foliage Evergreen
Foliage Color Green
Fall Color Evergreen
Pollinator Friendly Yes
Size
Regular price $34.99
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