Color is a dark green. Next to an abundance of forestry. The tree is approximately 11 feet high and has very stiff needles, almost to pokey to touch. Also has what looks like paper comes on the tips on the lower branches.
This includes a sign proclaiming it the world's largest spruce at 1000 years old.
it was a minty green color with soft like needles on it.
This Sitka Spruce at the head of Camp Cove was reputedly planted by the Earl of Ranfurly (Governor of New Zealand) in 1902 - there is however continuing debate about just who did plant it and when. Note sea-lion at left advising on how to measure the height of the tree. He knew something we didn't.
Picea sitchensis, the Sitka spruce, is a large coniferous evergreen tree growing to almost 100 m tall, and with a trunk diameter at breast height that can exceed 5 m (see List of superlative trees. It is by far the largest species of spruce; and the fifth largest conifer in the world (behind giant sequoia, coast redwood, kauri and western redcedar); and the third tallest conifer species (after coast redwood and coast Douglas-fir). The Sitka spruce...