Abies grandis

Also known as:

  • Giant Fir
  • Grand Fir

Plant Type

tree, conifer

Zones

5a-9b

Size

H:100'-300'
W:25'-40'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

acidic, well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

even moisture, drought tolerant, dry in summer

Special Situation:

verticillium wilt resistant

Sun Exposure:

sun, mostly sun, mostly shade

Features

Foliage Color:

green

Wildlife:

birds

Fruit:

brown

Texture:

glossy

Foliage Season:

evergreen

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Kigi Nursery

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121 Noble Ridge Drive Kelso, Washington

Directions

(360) 425-0541

Forestfarm

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Williams, Oregon

541-846-7269

Garden World

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10506 Broadacres Road Hubbard, Oregon

Directions

503-982-2380

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Check http://gardenworldonline.com for availability.

Lael's Moon Garden

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Rochester, Washington

360-273-9567

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Description by: Lael's Moon Garden

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Rochester, Washington

360-273-9567

www.laelsmoongarden.com

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Dark green needles with silver undersides, dense habit, crushed needles have citrus scent. Zones 5-9.

Description by: Garden World

Contact

Hubbard, Oregon

503-982-2380

www.gardenworldonline.com

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Large coniferous evegreen tree native from British Columbia to California and inland to Montana. Handsome glossy dark green needles 1-1 1/2 inches long with pronounced white lines beneath adorn this stately fir. Bark is gray and becomes reddish brown with age. Growth Rate medium

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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A tall slendor evergreen conifer. Native to the Northwest USA and Brittish Columbia. Needles are flat with rounded and notched ends. They are dark green and grooved on top with two white bands underneath. Needles are arranged to form flat sprays that show both the upper and lower surfaces of the twig. Seed cones are barrel-shaped and yellowish-green, growing upright on the branches, high in the crown. The cones shed the scales with the seeds during autumn. The bark is smooth and greyish-brown with white spots and blisters filled with gummy resin when young. The bark becomes furrowed and scaly with age. Full sun and a well-drained organic rich soil are best for this tree.

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Description by: Forestfarm

Contact

Williams, Oregon

541-846-7269

www.forestfarm.com

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The shiny, dark-green needles are borne flat on the branches of this large ["the grandest of all" (Peattie)] pyramidal tree; one of the best Christmas trees, the leaves emit a tantalizing tangerine odor when crushed. Sun-PSh/Med

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