West Himalayan Spruce

$49.95

West Himalayan Spruce or the Morinda Spruce, (Picea smithiana) is an evergreen conifer native to the western Himalayas and adjacent mountains, from northeast Afghanistan, northern Pakistan and India to central Nepal. It grows at altitudes of 2,400-3,600 m in forests together with deodar cedar, blue pine and Pindrow fir. A beautiful specimen tree with branches upcurved at tips and long pendulous branchlets, giving the tree a weeping appearance. Slow growing, with young shoots that appear blueish green. Grows to 2 metres high in 10 years, eventually reaching heights of 40 metres and spreads of 15 metres in ideal settings. Requires full sun to dappled shade, ample water and moist fertile soil. Best for cold, cool to temperate climates.

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 58 × 20 × 20 cm
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15 to 20 metres, 20 to 30 metres

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4 to 5 metres, 6 to 7 metres, 7 to 8 metres

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