Abies concolor 'Archer's Dwarf'

Also known as:

  • Archer's Dwarf White Fir

Plant Type

shrub, conifer

Zones

4a-7b

Size

H:6'-7'
W:2'-4'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

acidic, well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

even moisture, regular

Special Situation:

verticillium wilt resistant

Sun Exposure:

sun, mostly sun, mostly shade

Features

Foliage Color:

blue

Texture:

glaucous

Foliage Season:

evergreen

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517-223-3581

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Fowlerville, Michigan

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A conical dwarf plant with powder blue foliage that originated with J. W. Archer in Surrey. The needles are somewhat recurved and the branches tend to curl downwards.

Description by: Greer Gardens Inc.

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Eugene, Oregon

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MINIATURE. A nice new variety that has bluer, shorter needles than the norm. Some sources call its form globose and with age becoming more conical.

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