Abies procera glauca (Blue Danish fir)Add to Wish List
The steely-Blue cultivar Abies procera 'Glauca' is one of the more beautiful firs. It is a sluggish starter when young, but after a few years will exhibit modest development, eventually reaching 65 feet (20 metres) in height with a pyramidal,...
Abies sibirica (Siberian Fir)Add to Wish List
The Siberian fir is an evergreen tree endemic to Siberia and northern China's tundra and boreal forests. The tree develops a beautiful pyramidal shape as it gets taller and narrower, eventually reaching a height of over 100 feet. The flattened,...
Abies nordmanniana (Nordmann Fir)Add to Wish List
Native to the Caucasus Mountains and northern Turkey, the Caucasian fir is a beautiful tree. It prefers a northern environment and grows at elevations of 3,000 to 7,200 feet above sea level on mountains with an annual rainfall of over...
Abies magnifica shastensis (Shasta Red Fir)Add to Wish List
Because of its resemblance to the California red fir and the noble fir, the Shasta fir or silvertip in southwest Oregon and northwest California has caused some misunderstanding. They thrive in the cold, damp woods at higher elevations above 4,500...
Abies concolor iowiana (Pacific White Fir)Add to Wish List
The white fir is endemic to the Pacific coast's hilly areas, from mid Colorado to central Oregon. They can thrive in a wide range of climates, from high elevations with long, snowy winters to lower elevations with milder temperatures and...
Abies balsamea (Lake States) Balsam Fir, Lake StatesAdd to Wish List
In the northern United States and Canada, the balsam fir (Abies balsamea) is one of the most significant conifers. It's also known as balsam, Canadian balsam, eastern fir, and bracted balsam fir in its native area. It's a small to...