Picea abies - Wikiwand



The mature female cones are pendulous.

The leaves are rigid and spiky, bright green in color.

The bark of young trees is reddish.

Grains Cereals such as corn, barley and oats are fed to farm animals as a supplement to a regular hay or grass feed program. In general, only the front legs are affected, but the four legs can get it in severe cases and it is painful for the horse.

The bark of adult trees is gray and flakes slightly with age.

The oldest tree in the world abies was described by (L.) H. Karst. and published in Encyclopédie Méthodique. Botanique ... Supplément 5 (1): 35. 1817.


Spruce ; a generic name that is taken directly from the Latin pix = "pitch", the classical name given to a pine that produced this substance

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There are some forms of this spruce:

  • P. abies 'Aurea' - yellowish foliage.
  • P. abies 'Pendula' - hanging branches.
  • P. abies 'Argentea' - white-silver foliage.
  • P. abies 'Nana' - orange foliage and between 30 - 60 cm high only.
  • Picea abies var. europaea (Tepl.) Jurkev. & amp; Parv.