lso known as white fir, this long-needled fir has round 1.5” to 2.5” long silvery-blue needles singly attached to the branches in an upright manner. This species normally grows in high elevations in the mountain ranges on the west coast. This early budding fir is sensitive to our early spring frosts. It prefers well drained but moist soil. Concolor fir grow with vigor and will accept moderate to severe shearing to control the growth. This layered, slightly wild growing, tree has very good to excellent needle retention. The strong citrus and somewhat soapy scent is unique to this tree.


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