Norway Spruce Characteristics
The Norway Spruce has long reaching arms that slightly curl upwards. They are often found in large numbers in wooded areas and parks and can create a thick barrier between large lawns. Their thick branches attract nesting birds, but are of no interest to deer. The dark green needles keep their color throughout the year, bringing the perfect winter interest after a fresh snowfall.
Norway Spruces are tolerant of air pollution and dry soils once established. It thrives in many types of soil and grows best in slightly moist soil with full sun. With no common diseases or vulnerabilities, this is truly a "plant it and leave it" tree.