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Common Name: Cupressina Norway Spruce      Latin Name: Picea abies 'Cupressina'      Size: 20 (min) to 30 (max)
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Im looking for dark green tall 15-20 feet narrow 2-3 maybe 4 feet conifers. Im a beginner and need something easy to care for. I think the Thuja Evergreen/Smaragd is overdone and would like something different. So far on the web Ive found two I like, Picea Glauca Pendula and Picea Cupressina. Will these work for me Do you have other suggestions Ive also thought about the Thuja DeGroots Spire if I could get it to a single spire rather than multi-branched is that the right terminologyThese would be in full sun in zone 7, my soil is alkaline clay but I plan to put in raised berms with ammended soil. Thanks for any suggestions
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Picea abies 'Cupressina'
Origin: North, Central Europe
Maximum Height: 30 feet

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Category: EvergreenTree
Family: Pinaceae
Genus: Picea
species: abies
Cultivar: 'Cupressina'
Origin: North, Central Europe
Size: 20 (min) to 30 (max)
Size Description: Very upright growing
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Plant Images and Specimens
Picture of Picea abies 'Cupressina' Cupressina Norway Spruce
Location: Bernheim Arboretum
Photo Credit: Steve Foltz
Season: March
Location: Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest Po box 130 Clermont KY 40110
Specimen: 417
Picea abies Piceaabiescupressinabernheim.jpg
Location: Bernheim Arboretum, Clermont, KY
Photo Credit: Tony Nold

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Location: Bernheim Arboretum
Photo Credit: Steve Foltz
Season: March
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