Spruce trees are resilient as shown in the picture.
Out in the open, high winds blow the trees hard which has prevents them from growing up straight.
Landscapers will typically stake newly planted trees so they grow straight.
We have lots of Pictures of Spruce Trees
Spruce trees are evergreen and have a pyramidal shape as shown in this photo.
The trunk of this Norway spruce shows signs of branch death in the lower branches which may be caused by the fungus called Cytospora canker.
White spruce trees, picea glauca, are medium to large evergreen conifers which provide year round color to any landscape design.
Pair of blue spruce trees used in landscape design of golf course
White spruce or Picea glauca is an evergreen tree which has a single straight trunk that ends in a symmetrical conical crown.
This Norway Spruce has a bumper crop of cones which are concentrated on the upper third of the tree.
White spruce tree growing on the banks of the river.
Here, blue spruce trees have been planted as a pair in this landscape design.
The Colorado blue spruce is a popular evergreen tree used by homeowners as a landscape tree.
White spruce trees (Picea glauca) are evergreen trees that are native to North America.
White spruce trees used in landscape design with cedar split rail fence feature.
This Alberta spruce provides year round color and anchors the corner of the porch in this landscape design.
The White Spruce is a variety of spruce tree native to North America. The needles are four-sided, sharp to the touch and arranged in a spiral formation on the branches.
Alberta Spruce Tree
There are many types of spruce trees, but the Alberta Spruce is an extremely slow growing spruce tree. This makes the Alberta Spruce tree a top pick for tight landscaping areas and can be used for featuring walkways.