Item Description
Picea omorika ‘Nana’ Standard

 (Dwarf Serbian spruce )

* Full Sun - Part shade  * Zones 4-7  * 6' tall  * 5' wide *

A Compact Dwarf Serbian Spruce on a Standard, grows 3-6 inches per year !


You are bidding on a 18-24 inch tall high grafted, Standard Dwarf Serbian spruce. The spread is about 6 inches right now.

Companion Plants:

Goes well with Weeping norway Spruce, Vanderwolf's Pyramid Pine, Thunderhead Pine as well as Giant Weeping Sequoia. Check out our store for these great plants!

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This is the Dwarf Serbian Spruce that has those soft green needles on the top-side and the bottom side and retains that bluish color. The rounded form is very easy to maintain, a spread of 5.0′-6.0′, and around 5.0′ for the height.

There are now a lot of these type of evergreen standards out there to use but this one has a 2 color effect. There is a nice subtle change from green to blue in the needles.

Evergreens on standards like this make an incredibly strong statement in the immediate area they are placed. Becoming a focal point, or at least an exclamation point, needing a supporting cast to show off this plants interesting characteristics. A mass of low perennials, or ground cover is a safe bet, not . . . a group of 4 or 5 deciduous shrubs with the same rounded shape competing for your attention.

These globes also look great as part of a collection of conifers/evergreens. Though I would put them(evergreen standards) next to some lower, wider spreaders.

The other way to use these dwarf globes is as a pair, flanking a sidewalk or guarding the ends of a bed. I guess you would say this is the standard, typical, ho-hum way to be placed in the landscape. it’s true, but it works.

Remember this design tip with these types of shrubs . . . think focal point, then place this type of evergreen where you want someone to look, a place of interest, and appreciate what’s happening in that space. Then surround these focals with subordinates to support the uniqueness of the evergreen on a standard.

Care: Prefers deep, moist but well-drained, neutral to acidic soil.