Tagged as: large evergreens
Botanical Name: Abies concolor
Common Name: White Fir
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Height: 30-50' Spread: 20-30' Habit/Form: Pyramidal Growth Rate: Slow to Medium Zone: 4-7
Cultural Requirements: Prefers full sun to light shade in rich, moist, well-drained gravelly or sandy soil, dislikes heavy clay soil. Tolerant of heat, drought, and cold temperatures.
Ornamental Characteristics: Soft, 2-inch long, blue-green foliage curves outward and upward on branches. When crushed they have a strong lemon scent. Erect, 4-5-inch long, cylindrical cones are pale green with a purplish cast.
Uses in the Landscape: Use near large buildings, as a specimen, in groupings, and screens.
- Large Evergreen Trees 99%
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