Douglas-Fir

Pseudotsuga menziesii
  • Light Full Sun Partial Sun Shade
  • Growth Rate Growth Rate Moderate
  • Height Height 60 to 120
  • Width Height 20 to 40

Douglas-fir is a very larger evergreen tree of the western US. It is not a fir and likely would be misidentified as a spruce. This tree prefers cooler weather, even moisture, and well drained soils. In the midwest, trees should be sheltered from hot dry conditions which can stress the tree leading to poor growth and/or disease. The cones are unique in that bracts hang out from the scales.

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Description

Douglas-fir is a very larger evergreen tree of the western US. It is not a fir and likely would be misidentified as a spruce. This tree prefers cooler weather, even moisture, and well drained soils. In the midwest, trees should be sheltered from hot dry conditions which can stress the tree leading to poor growth and/or disease. The cones are unique in that bracts hang out from the scales.

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Dimensions 6047483221 × 60474843220 cm
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