Pendula is commonly called weeping white spruce. It has a conical to pyramidal shape formed by an upright central leader and secondary branches that sweep down to create a layered appearance. The lower branches tend to drape down to the ground. Depending on the strength or training of the central leader, ‘Pendula’ will grow 12 to 40 ft. tall but will retain its narrow shape spreading 5 to 8 ft. wide. It has blue green needles with a whitish bloom and 1 to 2 in. cones.
Common Name: White Spruce Sun Requirement: Full sun Growth Rate: Medium 6"-12" per year
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