Pseudotsuga menziesii , California (Douglas Fir (California))

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The Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) is an evergreen coniferous tree belonging to the Pinaceae family. Douglas-firs are evergreen trees that range in height from 70 to 330 feet tall. The leaves are flat, soft, linear needles 2–4 cm (3–1+12 in) long, similar to those of firs, and grow individually rather...
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The Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) is an evergreen coniferous tree belonging to the Pinaceae family. Douglas-firs are evergreen trees that range in height from 70 to 330 feet tall. The leaves are flat, soft, linear needles 2–4 cm (3–1+12 in) long, similar to those of firs, and grow individually rather than in fascicles; they fully wrap the branches, which can help identify the species. In a thick forest, trees shed their lower limbs as they grow taller, so the foliage can start as high as 110 feet (34 metres) from the ground.  Douglas-firs in brighter settings may develop branches that are considerably closer to the ground.

Botanical Name : Pseudotsuga menziesii , California

Common Name : Douglas Fir (California)

Height : 40 – 220 ft

Spread : 80 ft

Germination Info : Seed requires 30 days cold moist stratification

Hardiness zone : 5-8

Other info : Collection Locale: California

Average seed per ounce : Approx. 1750

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