Spruce trees are evergreen conifers with needles, rather than leaves. The needles of a spruce can be identified by being attached individually to the twig, and they are 4-sided, and can be rolled between your fingers. ‘J.W. Daisy’s White’ is a slow growing conifer. It makes an evergreen cone. In spring and early summer the new needle-like leaves appear creamy white and light up the plant, turning a rich green as the year progresses.

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Humidity:

It requires moist air.

Pests and Diseases:

It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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