Preferred Habitat: dry to moist coniferous forests in rainshadow areas, usually found with Douglas-fir; river flats to fairly dry slopes; low to moderate elevations
Tolerates: drier soils; course to medium soil textures;
Foliage: needles vary in length from 5/8” to 1” long and lay flat along the stems; sprays of needles found in two lustrous and distinct rows; needles typically spread horizontally; has a citrusy fragrance
Fruits: erect cones occur at the top of mature trees
Bark: brown-grey fissured bark with resin blisters filled with sap.
Why is it good for my garden?
Grand fir can be a great ornamental as it is a symmetrical evergreen and very popular as Christmas trees. This tree has value in plantings in recreational areas and urban sites.
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