Serbian Spruce Plug Seedlings

[Picea omorika]

Serbian Spruce plug seedlings will be available in late Fall 2018
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serbian spruce plug seedlings for sale
Serbian Spruce plug seedlings, approx 5-10″ tall

Serbian Spruce plug seedlings feature short, dark green, flat needles (similar to a Hemlock) with a breeze revealing lovely silver undersides. The Serbian Spruce features beautiful purple seed cones and a visually pleasing overall conical shape Many in the green industry consider the Serbian Spruce the most beautiful ornamental spruce, period. The Missouri Botanical Garden web site for Serbian Spruce [link below] says it is “One of the most attractive spruces”. (Rick’s note: I have one in my own front yard, and I agree wholeheartedly).

Serbian Spruce: Zones 4-7
Prefers zones 4-7 and full sun to partial shade

Serbian Spruce plug seedlings are fast-growing, do well in full sun, and reach a height of up to 60 feet with a spread of 20 feet or more at the base. They prefer richer soils, but can do well in sandier soils if watered two to three times per week.

Missouri Botanical Garden info on Picea omorika >>

Few natural pests or diseases affect Serbians other than White Pine Weevil, which, if discovered, is easily controlled with over the counter pesticides.

fast planting of evergreen seedling plugsPLANT IN RECORD TIME:
Watch how to plant evergreen seedling plugs faster and with less effort than any other type of “bare root” evergreen tree. With just a cordless drill, a garden cart or wheelbarrow, a 5 gallon bucket of water, and any old/dull/rusty 1 inch drill bit you have lying around, you can realistically plant one plug seedling per minute. Your back will thank us later 🙂

Available in late Fall 2018
Please consider joining our very unobtrusive email list [only 3-4 emails per year] to be notified when we begin selling and when we begin shipping this species in this size