• Description

    A slow-growing dwarf cultivar that is appropriately named bird's nest spruce due to the depression (nest) in the middle of its tight, compact, mounded habit. Grown for its beautiful foliage. The branches are spreading, horizontal to slightly ascending, making its form a dense, broad-rounded, shrubby, flattened globe.

    About Nidiformis

    Common Name: Norway Spruce
    Sun Requirement: Full sun
    Growth Rate: Slow 1"-6" per year

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