|Grid reference||ST 18359 78828|
|Common name||Serbian spruce|
|Planted||by Malcolm Frazer c.1995|
|Height||11M October 2020|
This tree is north east of chapels near railway line.
The needles are typically between 17mm and 20mm long and about 1.8mm wide. The length of the cones typically vary between 63mm and 75mm and have a diameter of between 20mm to 22mm.
General tree description
Picea omorika is a large tree, 30 metres or more tall. It has a very narrow shape, and short, drooping branches whose tips curl upwards. Its bark is red-brown with large round scales. The leaves (needles) are dark green above and blue-green beneath, 1 to 2cm long, broad and flattened. The cones are ovoid-conical, 4 to 6cm long and bluish-black when young.