Graceful, almost delicate, in form, the Serbian Spruce, or Picea omorika, is one of my favorite Spruces. The architectural structure gives this tree a very regal appearance. The pendulous branches curve upward at the ends in a graceful manner. New growth is a soft, light green maturing to an attractive blue-green. The purple flowers are subtly alluring.
Although native to Eastern Europe, Serbian Spruce is a highly adaptable tree with good urban tolerance. It grows 40'-60' tall with a 15'-20' spread. Although it can be used in any setting, the Serbian Spruce's real beauty shines forth when the tree stands alone as a specimen tree, highlighting its beautiful silhouette. When planted with other deciduous trees, however, in screens or groupings, the Serbian Spruce's form and foliage do make a wonderful accent for the brilliant autumn color.
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