Picea Orientalis Aurea Yellow Tipped Caucasian Spruce
This image displays plant 2.5-3 m tall.
Height Excluding Pot:
(8ft 2-9ft 10)
Plant variety: Yellow Tipped Caucasian Spruce
Pot size: 80 Litres
Plant ID: 8504 A 2
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Picea Orientalis Aureospicata also known as Gold Tipped Oriental Spruce, Aureospicata Oriental or Yellow-tipped Caucasian Spruce. Picea Orientalis Aureospicata is an evergreen conifer coveted for its unusual growth habit and dramatic young foliage. In the spring, the new bright yellow needles appear on the tips of the branches bearing mature foliage, creating an eye-catching contrast that will offer interest well into the summer, when the vibrant young growth matures into a deep green. This striking display is what gives the conifer its common names - Gold Tipped Oriental Spruce and Yellow-tipped Caucasian Spruce.
Tall and stately, Aureospicata Oriental boasts a natural pyramidal form, with lower branches of the tree creating a “full skirt” effect by arching out and down.
Height and Spread of Picea Orientalis Aureospicata Aureospicata Oriental is known as a slow-growing conifer with an expected growth of up to 3 metres in a period of 10 years. The maximum size a Gold Tipped Oriental Spruce is expected to achieve when fully mature is 15 metres in height and up to 6 metres in width.
How Hardy is Picea Orientalis Aureospicata Yellow-tipped Caucasian Spruce has been selected over a century ago: it is a reliable, robust conifer that consistently performs well all across Europe. It is fully hardy in the United Kingdom and will fare well in all areas. Not even winter temperatures that drop to 30 degrees below zero could bother it!
How To Use Picea Orientalis Aureospicata Thanks to its elegant and gorgeous pyramidal form, Aureospicata Oriental does great as a specimen plant. Pick a spot where it will have enough space to fully develop with years and you will be rewarded with a focal point tree that offers year-round interest in the garden.
How To Care For Picea Orientalis Aureospicata Unlike most of its close relatives, Gold Tipped Oriental Spruce does not burn in the sun, so this conifer is less fussy about its planting location. Pick a spot in full sun to partial shade and make sure that the soil is well-drained. For best results, choose neutral to slightly acidic soils.