Abies procera 'Glauca'

Also known as:

  • Blue Noble Fir

Plant Type

tree, conifer

Zones

5a-8b

Size

H:50'-100'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

acidic, well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

even moisture

Special Situation:

verticillium wilt resistant

Sun Exposure:

sun, mostly sun, mostly shade

Features

Foliage Color:

blue

Foliage Season:

evergreen

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Kigi Nursery

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121 Noble Ridge Drive Kelso, Washington

Directions

(360) 425-0541

Arrowhead Alpines

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1310 N Gregory Road PO Box 857 Fowlerville, Michigan

Directions

517-223-3581

Arrowhead Alpines

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1310 N Gregory Road PO Box 857 Fowlerville, Michigan

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517-223-3581

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Description by: Arrowhead Alpines

Contact

Fowlerville, Michigan

517-223-3581

www.arrowheadalpines.com

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Procera is one of my favorite firs, the thick heavy textured extremely blue foliage sets it apart, it also struggles here often burning badly and never looking it's best in the spring.

Description by: Kigi Nursery

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Kelso, Washington

(360) 425-0541

www.kiginursery.com

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Mail Order Nursery
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Abies procera ' Glauca ' Blue Noble Fir - A fairly slow growing conifer, narrow pyramidal when young, later growing to a broad pyramid. When young, the trees have smooth, silvery grey bark, but later the bark becomes rougher and turns reddish brown. Young branches are orange-brown and turn dark reddish brown in the second year. The needles have an intense blue-grey color on both the top and underneath. Large cones appear in fall. At first, they are bluish green, and later they turn reddish brown. Bears early cones. Makes a nice Christmas tree

Description by: Greer Gardens Inc.

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Eugene, Oregon

Closed Permanently

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Gardens and Educators
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This tree can grow very large, but it takes many years with an annual growth rate of 12-18". Native to the West Coast, this stately tree has rusty brown young shoots with 1" long, heavenly blue needles. The cylindrical cones are a full 8-9".

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