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Abies concolor



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Abies concolor
White fir

The slow-growing white fir makes an excellent landscape plant with its long, pale-gray needles. Being more tolerant than most firs, it is most adaptive to adverse conditions in the Midwest.

Habit:Densely wide conical to narrow pyramidal with a straight central leader, the upper branches point upward while the lower branches are more horizontal or deflected downwards
Size:30-50' high
Color:Silvery blue-green
Texture:Fine
Hardiness:Zone 4a USDA
Habitat:Colorado - New Mexico - California - Oregon
Family:Pinaceae

 
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