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The incidence of diseases and pests in dwarf Alberta spruce is relatively high, and the species are diverse. In the actual control process, we should pay attention to the pertinence of the control methods of dwarf Alberta spruce.
Dec 13 2021By Ivy
Dwarf alberta spruce
It should be noted that to prevent dwarf Alberta Spruce overwatering, we must plant it in a sunny environment and pay attention to the watering frequency.
Dwarf Alberta spruce itself does not have a high demand for fertilizer and 10-10-10 Fertilizer is good for Dwarf Alberta Spruce. If you want to make your dwarf Alberta spruce grow faster, you need to apply additional fertilizer
The mature dwarf Alberta spruce can have a root depth of up to 20 inches, but its living habits must be considered in maintenance
For planting Dwarf Alberta spruce in pots, we should use loose soil with strong drainage, not too thick soil. We also should select a deeper pot before planting, and trim the messy and long roots of Dwarf Alberta spruce
As for Dwarf Alberta Spruce turning brown, we must first judge whether dwarf Alberta spruce is dead. If it is just dry and looks like dead, we can fix it in time and save dwarf Alberta spruce.
Dwarf Alberta spruce Conica can grow up to 4 to 6 feet in height and up to 2 feet in width. These have good adaptability to the land environment and like to grow up in arid and barren environment.
Dwarf Alberta Spruce can grow 2-4 inches per year and Dwarf Alberta spruce is blue-green all the year round and it's very easy to take care of
Dwarf Alberta spruce grows slowly and generally does not need pruning. However, if we find that dwarf Alberta spruce in the courtyard has symptoms such as diseased leaves and turning brown, we can prevent and control it by pruning.
The Dwarf Alberta Spruce, also known as Picea Glauca Conica, is a popular, slow-growing, dense conifer that is widely sold in retail and garden center.
Dec 11 2021By Iris
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