Picea orientalis - Oriental Spruces

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Oriental Spruces (Picea orientalis) also known as Caucasian Spruce is native to the Caucasus Mountains and Asia Minor. It is pyramidal shaped with branches that bend upward at the tips. Deep green, short, blunt needles are arranged in a compact, whorled pattern around the branches, and light purple seed cones hang down, then turn brown as they mature. It grows 6”-12” a year and 5’-10’H × 2’-3’W in 10 years. In cultivation it grows 50’-60’H × 15’-20’W at maturity. Caucasian Spruce grows in USDA zones 4 to 9 in full sun, and can grow in a variety of soils as long as they are well-draining.