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Picea abies 'Gold Drift' _ Norway Spruce _

  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)
  • A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)

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A weeping golden form!  Pendulous branches and a drifting (upright) or weeping central leader.  Can be staked to form an upright weeper, or untrained to be a cascading mound.   Yellow color is more pronounced in full sun, but can burn young plants.  Discovered as a sport on 'Reflexa' by Bob Fincham.  (Many believe 'Reflexa' and 'Inversa' are the same plant.)

 

 

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Picea abies 'Gold Drift' _ Norway Spruce _

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Latin Name:
Picea abies 'Gold Drift'
Common name:
Gold Drift Norway Spruce
Sun Exposure:
Sun/Part Shade
ANNUAL GROWTH:
6-9"
HxW@10 Years:
6'x2'
COLOR:
yellow/gold
FORM:
Weeping
GROWTH RATE:
Intermediate
Hardiness Zone:
Zones 4-8

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