DWARF NORWAY SPRUCE
An attractive ‘nest’ form of spruce, this dwarf norway has a dense, rounded habit in youth. Spreading as it ages, it will look slightly flattened, taking more of a globular mound shape. Lower branches will spread outward, while upper branches continue to reach upward. Once established, spruce become more drought tolerant, but must have well drained soil. To really show off the natural plant form, use it as a single specimen in rock gardens or as an accent in the landscape.