Picea abies 'Pine Glenn'

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Picea abies 'Pine Glenn'

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'Pine Glenn' was discovered by Joe Stupka at his nursery in PA in the early 90s. It was a witch's broom on a 'Nidiformis'. This miniature, flattened globe grows 3/4" per year horizontally and 1/2"vertically. My 13 year old 'Pine Glenn are 8" tall and 13" wide and extremely healthy. Needles are 3/8" long with 2 faint double dotted rows of stomata in place. The amasing thing I noticed last year was that there is little or no needle drop on these plants. I went to clean out under them and there was no dead needles? I looked down inside the crown and there was all live healthy needles! Full sun.  Zone 3

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