Ale Choinki na targach “Zieleń to życie”…
Zapraszamy do stoiska nr 18 w pierwszej hali w dniach 6-8.09.2018.
Dodano: Thursday, 20.09.2018Więcej
The height of tree is measured from the ground to the middle of the top of the tree.
Blue Spruce or Silver Spruce (Picea pungens). Its natural habitat is the Rocky Mountains in the western United States, where it grows on the northern, shaded slopes near riverbeds. Characteristic features of blue spruce against other Pinaceae is a unique colour of needles and a sizable crown and trunk.
The beauty of silver spruce has been recognized in horticulture. It is resistant to harmful environmental factors such as air pollution and adverse weather conditions, even drought and frosts. For these reasons it is planted in parks and home gardens. Its dwarf form, suitable for growing in pots, is also very popular. Silver Spruce is the most popular Christmas tree.
The conifer crown is well spread, dense and arranged into clearly visible levels. The branches, firmly settled on the trunk, grow at right angles and are wide open. The Silver Spruce owes its aesthetic features to blue-gray and blue-green shade of needles which are arranged radially around the shoots.
The silver spruce on offer comes in the form of Christmas trees, as well as trees and shrubs that can be planted in the garden.
The Blue of Silver Spruce will adapt to almost any kind of soil, even on sand and gravel soils. It must be remembered, however, to plant it in direct sunlight because if there is not enough sunlight, the needles can lose its beautiful colour.
AleChoinki plantations deal primarily with the wholesale of Christmas trees to wholesale customers (a minimum order is 100 pcs).
The prices are negotiated individually, and depend on the type of tree, its class, size, and quantity of trees, and additional services provided (e.g. drilling Christmas trees using Easy-Fix system, etc..)
We ask for an advance towards the ordered trees. The deposit is 30% of the amount of the contract, and is settled at the delivery of the last batch of ordered trees.