• Fir
Fir Trees

Fir trees are coniferous evergreens from the Abies species and come in several varieties including Concolor, Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, and Grand Fir. Fir trees can be identified by its unique needle-like leaves that are almost always short, measuring at only a few inches in length.

Turkish Fir Abies Bornmuelleriana

The Turkish Fir tree is native to Turkey and found in the mountains west and east of the Black Sea. It is a large evergreen with attractive foliage that consists of flattened needle-like leaves. The Turkish fir is becoming a popular Christmas tree because the strong branches are able to hold heavier ornaments and the needles remain on the tree longer if watered properly.

Balsam Fir - Abies Balsamea

The Balsam fir prefers moist, well drained, acidic soil. It adapts well to cooler climates. The Balsam Fir is extensively used for Christmas trees and ornaments and needs very little shearing.

Concolor Fir - Abies Concolor

The Concolor Fir, also known as the White Fir, provides a decorative contrast to darker-colored evergreens. It's a popular Christmas tree because of the natural "orange" aroma.

Fraiser Fir - Abies Fraseri

The Fraser Fir serves as both an ornamental tree and a highly sought after Christmas tree. The tree grows up to 60 feet tall and 25 feet in diameter, providing a compact appearance.

Grand Fir - Abies Grandis

The Grand Fir is slow growing and shade tolerant. This beautiful evergreen produces few cones. Needles are flat with rounded and notched ends.

Douglas Fir - Pseudotsuga menziesii

The Douglas Fir has myriad uses: as a Christmas tree, ornamental tree, windbreak, or hedge. It grows fast in a variety of conditions.

  • Fir
Fir Trees

Fir trees are coniferous evergreens from the Abies species and come in several varieties including Concolor, Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, and Grand Fir. Fir trees can be identified by its unique needle-like leaves that are almost always short, measuring at only a few inches in length.

Turkish Fir Abies Bornmuelleriana

The Turkish Fir tree is native to Turkey and found in the mountains west and east of the Black Sea. It is a large evergreen with attractive foliage that consists of flattened needle-like leaves. The Turkish fir is becoming a popular Christmas tree because the strong branches are able to hold heavier ornaments and the needles remain on the tree longer if watered properly.

Balsam Fir - Abies Balsamea

The Balsam fir prefers moist, well drained, acidic soil. It adapts well to cooler climates. The Balsam Fir is extensively used for Christmas trees and ornaments and needs very little shearing.

Concolor Fir - Abies Concolor

The Concolor Fir, also known as the White Fir, provides a decorative contrast to darker-colored evergreens. It's a popular Christmas tree because of the natural "orange" aroma.

Fraiser Fir - Abies Fraseri

The Fraser Fir serves as both an ornamental tree and a highly sought after Christmas tree. The tree grows up to 60 feet tall and 25 feet in diameter, providing a compact appearance.

Grand Fir - Abies Grandis

The Grand Fir is slow growing and shade tolerant. This beautiful evergreen produces few cones. Needles are flat with rounded and notched ends.

Douglas Fir - Pseudotsuga menziesii

The Douglas Fir has myriad uses: as a Christmas tree, ornamental tree, windbreak, or hedge. It grows fast in a variety of conditions.

  • Fir
Fir Trees

Fir trees are coniferous evergreens from the Abies species and come in several varieties including Concolor, Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, and Grand Fir. Fir trees can be identified by its unique needle-like leaves that are almost always short, measuring at only a few inches in length.

Turkish Fir Abies Bornmuelleriana

The Turkish Fir tree is native to Turkey and found in the mountains west and east of the Black Sea. It is a large evergreen with attractive foliage that consists of flattened needle-like leaves. The Turkish fir is becoming a popular Christmas tree because the strong branches are able to hold heavier ornaments and the needles remain on the tree longer if watered properly.

Balsam Fir - Abies Balsamea

The Balsam fir prefers moist, well drained, acidic soil. It adapts well to cooler climates. The Balsam Fir is extensively used for Christmas trees and ornaments and needs very little shearing.

Concolor Fir - Abies Concolor

The Concolor Fir, also known as the White Fir, provides a decorative contrast to darker-colored evergreens. It's a popular Christmas tree because of the natural "orange" aroma.

Fraiser Fir - Abies Fraseri

The Fraser Fir serves as both an ornamental tree and a highly sought after Christmas tree. The tree grows up to 60 feet tall and 25 feet in diameter, providing a compact appearance.

Grand Fir - Abies Grandis

The Grand Fir is slow growing and shade tolerant. This beautiful evergreen produces few cones. Needles are flat with rounded and notched ends.

Douglas Fir - Pseudotsuga menziesii

The Douglas Fir has myriad uses: as a Christmas tree, ornamental tree, windbreak, or hedge. It grows fast in a variety of conditions.

  • Fir
Fir Trees

Fir trees are coniferous evergreens from the Abies species and come in several varieties including Concolor, Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, and Grand Fir. Fir trees can be identified by its unique needle-like leaves that are almost always short, measuring at only a few inches in length.

Turkish Fir Abies Bornmuelleriana

The Turkish Fir tree is native to Turkey and found in the mountains west and east of the Black Sea. It is a large evergreen with attractive foliage that consists of flattened needle-like leaves. The Turkish fir is becoming a popular Christmas tree because the strong branches are able to hold heavier ornaments and the needles remain on the tree longer if watered properly.

Balsam Fir - Abies Balsamea

The Balsam fir prefers moist, well drained, acidic soil. It adapts well to cooler climates. The Balsam Fir is extensively used for Christmas trees and ornaments and needs very little shearing.

Concolor Fir - Abies Concolor

The Concolor Fir, also known as the White Fir, provides a decorative contrast to darker-colored evergreens. It's a popular Christmas tree because of the natural "orange" aroma.

Fraiser Fir - Abies Fraseri

The Fraser Fir serves as both an ornamental tree and a highly sought after Christmas tree. The tree grows up to 60 feet tall and 25 feet in diameter, providing a compact appearance.

Grand Fir - Abies Grandis

The Grand Fir is slow growing and shade tolerant. This beautiful evergreen produces few cones. Needles are flat with rounded and notched ends.

Douglas Fir - Pseudotsuga menziesii

The Douglas Fir has myriad uses: as a Christmas tree, ornamental tree, windbreak, or hedge. It grows fast in a variety of conditions.

  • Fir
Fir Trees

Fir trees are coniferous evergreens from the Abies species and come in several varieties including Concolor, Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, and Grand Fir. Fir trees can be identified by its unique needle-like leaves that are almost always short, measuring at only a few inches in length.

Turkish Fir Abies Bornmuelleriana

The Turkish Fir tree is native to Turkey and found in the mountains west and east of the Black Sea. It is a large evergreen with attractive foliage that consists of flattened needle-like leaves. The Turkish fir is becoming a popular Christmas tree because the strong branches are able to hold heavier ornaments and the needles remain on the tree longer if watered properly.

Balsam Fir - Abies Balsamea

The Balsam fir prefers moist, well drained, acidic soil. It adapts well to cooler climates. The Balsam Fir is extensively used for Christmas trees and ornaments and needs very little shearing.

Concolor Fir - Abies Concolor

The Concolor Fir, also known as the White Fir, provides a decorative contrast to darker-colored evergreens. It's a popular Christmas tree because of the natural "orange" aroma.

Fraiser Fir - Abies Fraseri

The Fraser Fir serves as both an ornamental tree and a highly sought after Christmas tree. The tree grows up to 60 feet tall and 25 feet in diameter, providing a compact appearance.

Grand Fir - Abies Grandis

The Grand Fir is slow growing and shade tolerant. This beautiful evergreen produces few cones. Needles are flat with rounded and notched ends.

Douglas Fir - Pseudotsuga menziesii

The Douglas Fir has myriad uses: as a Christmas tree, ornamental tree, windbreak, or hedge. It grows fast in a variety of conditions.

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Updated on 2013-10-14T01:36:49+00:00, by admin.