Picea omorika 'Nana' / Dwarf Serbian spruce 30-36" Cone

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Picea omorika 'Nana', also known as the Dwarf Serbian Spruce, is a slow-growing evergreen conifer with several distinctive characteristics. Here are some of the characteristics of this plant:

  1. Size: The Dwarf Serbian Spruce typically grows to a height of around 30-36 inches and has a spread of up to 24 inches. It has a compact, conical growth habit, making it a good choice for smaller gardens or container planting.

  2. Foliage: The needles of the Dwarf Serbian Spruce are a blue-green color and are arranged in a spiral pattern on the branches. They are short and stiff, measuring about 0.4 inches in length, and have a sharp point at the tip.

  3. Cones: The cones of the Dwarf Serbian Spruce are relatively small, measuring about 2 inches in length. They are cylindrical in shape and have a pointed tip. When they first emerge, they are green in color, but they turn brown as they mature.

  4. Growth rate: The Dwarf Serbian Spruce is a slow-growing plant, typically growing only a few inches each year. However, this slow growth rate also means that it requires minimal maintenance.

  5. Hardiness: This plant is hardy in USDA zones 4-7, which means it can tolerate cold winter temperatures and is suitable for many regions of the United States.

  6. Uses: The Dwarf Serbian Spruce is often used as an ornamental plant in gardens and landscapes due to its compact size and attractive foliage. It is also suitable for use in rock gardens or as a container plant.