Answer: One plant that deserves consideration is Dwarf Alberta spruce (Picea glauca var. Albertiana 'Conica'). It is a dwarf cultivar of the Alberta White spruce, which is prized for its compact pyramidal growth habit, and tiny half-inch needles which are densely packed on its branches. It is also a very slow grower, only two to four inches per year. The branches are spread at equal distances which makes it a perfect hideaway for your birds. Hope it works for you!
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