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Discussion in 'Nurseries and Growers' started by BigP81, May 3, 2016.
Norway spruce for sure... just majorly stressed out. Hence the sparce foliage.
Its a stressed Norway or a Serbian Spruce. Serbians typically have an undulating brach habit. The irregular growth is probably due to having the crown of the tree buried too deeply when initially planted or it constantly flooded with too much water. My .02
6 months later......
Mark, My friend Tim just has some time at home during the holiday so he is a little late to this thread. He has been all over Lawnsite the past couple days. If I had seen this thread originally, I would have suggested "a poor-looking Norway Spruce."
I don't see any upsweep to branches so I doubt a Serbian.