Created By: Unity College
Norway Spruce - Picea abies
This tree is located in between the pond and the parking lot, close to where the disc golf course ends. It is native to the mountains of northern and central Europe, east to the Urals. It can be found in forests, shrublands thickets, and manmade/disturbed habitats. In this case, it used to be a part of a thick forest but now is a part of a man-made habitat. This species sticks out to me because of its beautiful horizontal weeping branches. Another awesome thing about it is its easy to tell what this tree is because of its large cones.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Tyng Mansion Dendrology Tour