Must be able to pick up at Summerland Gardens, 806 Arcturus Drive.
Slow growing weeping form with long, slender and slightly twisted branches and short, dark green needles. Tolerates salt and pollution. Requires well-drained soil. Use for specimen plant and rock garden. Mounding form..
Here's what Julie says: "Evergreens are nice to work into the landscape because they have some form, texture, color in the winter. I love the Weeping Norway Spruce because it's weeping habit makes it unique and different. They make a great specimen plant where you might need something dramatic or interesting. I respect the Norway Spruce because it actually likes growing in Colorado, you can't grow them in the south because it gets too hot. Thank you for appreciating our climate! It's adaptable to different soils and can be pretty drought tolerant once it's established. Deer leave it alone and it only gets better with time, weeping away."