Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana) is a species of pine tree (Pinaceae), indigenous to the west Asia, Turkey, Georgia, Russian Caucasus, north Armenia and northwest Azerbaijan. At first treetop of fir is narrow and conical, and with age it gets more columnar with pointed top. Usually these trees are 25-30 meters long. Initially bark is matt gray and smooth, but later it becomes squarely cracked or split in shallows. Branches of fir are different depending on placing on bark, these growing in the middle part of bark are horizontal and rather thick settled, branches on the top of tree are less clearly pointed upwards. Needles are 2-3 cm. long, up front are slightly cut, clearly cleavage, at the top are glossy dark green and at the bottom with two blue-white bands of stomata. On the branches needles are set very thick in two rows, pointed slightly upfront, they emit fruity fragrance. Mature cones are approximately 15 cm long, have cylindrical shape. AT first are pale green, but later color turns into dark green. Caucasian fir is planted severally in large, exposed gardens and parks. Its slowly growing, undersized cultivar is recommended to rock gardens. Used as Christmas trees.
The blue spruce, green spruce or white spruce (Picea pungens) is a species of pine tree. It is native to the Rocky Mountains of the United States. It was discovered in 1862 and soon after that it was introduced into cultivation in Europe, where quickly it gained widespread recognition. Blue spruce is known for its conical and very thick treetop. Spruces growing in native environment are up to 30 m long, cultivars are much lower. Diameter of trunk reaches approximately 1,5 m. Bark – slight and cracked – with age changes its color form gray-brown to tawny. Leafs are set on the branches perpendicularly and grow in every direction. Leafs are sharpened, rigid and very prickly, on young sprouts they have silver-gray color. Cones growing on blue spruce are light brown and 8-10 cm long. Husk of blue spruce is tiny and soft, its top is clearly cut and irregularly serrated. Blue spruce is mainly use as ornamental plant. Is valuated in gardening especially for its trifle needs and tolerance of low temperatures. Decorative types of blue spruce are more often cultivated, they are not as tall and have more decorative leaves and grow slower. The best way of planting blue spruces is to plant them individually or in small groups (the trees should not overshadow themselves and need to keep full branching of treetop). Blue spruce is also used as Christmas tree.
Norway spruce (Picea abies) is a species of pine tree. It is known for its slandered and conical treetop ,it typically grows from 40 to 50 m. Bark is brown-gray or red-brown, smooth at first, but with age it becomes squamous. Branches are covered with dark green and prickly needles, which are 1-3,5 cm long. Needles remain on branches from 5 to 7 years and are arranged evenly. Distinctive feature of Norway spruce are its long (10-15 cm), smooth and droopy cones. Cones grow around the top of the tree and in the fall they drop integrally. Norway spruces are known for its exceptionally shallow and vast root system, because of that they are susceptible for overturning. Norway spruce has many applications, it is important source of light wood, which is used in construction and for getting cellulose. Spruce wood is also used in building structure of resonance musical instruments. But main application is planting them in parks and gardens as ornamental plants and cultivation for Christmas tree.
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