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Douglas Fir
Douglas Fir Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas Fir is not a fir, it is it's own genus and grows 180-210 feet tall. The cinnamon brown cones have three narrow toothed bracts extending beyond the scales. To sprout the seeds, place fresh seeds in a plastic bag filled with moist but not wet mix of 1/3 sand, 1/3 soil, 1/3 humus, and ...
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Douglas Fir - 100 Most Common North American Trees
... Common North American Trees You are here: About>Education>Forestry> Identify Trees> Tree Identification> Conifers> Douglas Fir - 100 Most Common North American Trees Forestry Education Forestry Essentials Christmas Tree Buyers GuideThe ... suitable coldhardiness to the area in which it will be used. Start with the Tree Finder if you are not sure what kind of tree you have! The Silviculture of Douglas ...
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California Douglas Fir Plant Community and its plants.
... is too dark under the trees to get a good image. Rainfall is high, (25-65 inches) where the Douglas fir lives, only exceeded by the areas where the redwoods grow. A lot of cool plants grow in a ... 's not raining. The soil should be moist, but not wet and allowed to dry only in fall. Douglas fir in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California I dropped the digital camera and it partially broke the week ...
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Fir, Pine or Spruce - Which Do I Have?
... because it has cones, but it is not an evergreen: it loses it needles in the fall. The Douglas fir, which is not fully hardy in Saskatchewan, is another tree some people may find tricky to ... and fir trees apart, it helps to know that spruce needles appear square in cross-section, whereas fir needles appear flattened. The needles of Norway spruce are an exception, with three sides instead of four. ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Douglas-fir Trees
... Select a tree Ash Aspen Baldcypress Beech Birch Buckeye Catalpa Chestnut Citrus(all) Cottonwood Crabapple Dogwood Douglas-fir Elm Ginkgo Hickory Holly Lemon Lime Linden Locust Planetree Magnolia Maple Oak Orange Palm Pear ... inch long. Pyramidal shape in youth becomes less defined with age. A man standing underneath a Douglas fir G. Lumis Plant Needs Zone: 4 to 6 Light: Partial shade to full sun ...
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Map of Douglas-fir type
... North American Trees BookTree ID Field GuidesThe Urban Tree BookProduct Reviews Tools Find a Job Online Degrees Yellow Pages Forums Most Popular Articles Latest Articles Help enlarge Douglas-fir Type More on Douglas-fir Back to Forest Types From Steve Nix, Your Guide to Forestry. FREE Newsletter. Sign Up Now! Heartburn Help GERD Screening QuizHeartburn-Free RecipesHeartburn Prevention TipsCould ...
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Douglas-fir genus description
... " long) hang down; have pitchfork-shaped bracts. Buds are large and pointed with reddish-brown overlapping scales. Douglas-fir is the name of an entire genus of trees that contains six species--two native to ... fits. It has, at various times, been called a pine, a spruce, a hemlock, and a true fir. In 1867, because of its distinctive cones, it was given its own genus--Pseudotsuga--which means false ...
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Trees of Reed: Douglas-fir
... Mountains to the Pacific Coast and from British Columbia to Mexico. It is Oregon's state tree. It was named after explorer-botanist David Douglas, who found the species in Oregon. The shape, especially when young, is pyramidal. Douglas-fir is not a true fir but a separate genus. Native Americans boiled the bark into a dye, used its pitch on sores, and ...
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Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii).
... . Trees and Shrubs of California (California Natural History Guides) by John David Stuart, et al. Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii): Description. Pseudotsuga menziesii has two varieties: (a) Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii, which is ... growing on all sides of a twig or branch. Typically 1 inch (2.5 cm) needles. Douglas-firs are evergreen. Shape and Trunk: To 250 feet (76 m.) high and 8 feet ( ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Fir
... -TO ARTICLES | FEATURE ARTICLES Site Content and Products Products Only Tree Care Info Select a tree Ash Aspen Baldcypress Beech Birch Buckeye Catalpa Chestnut Citrus(all) Cottonwood Crabapple Dogwood Douglas-fir Elm Ginkgo Hickory Holly Lemon Lime Linden Locust Planetree Magnolia Maple Oak Orange Palm Pear Pecan Pine Poplar Redbud Sago Spruce Willow How-To Articles Go to... Fertilizing Planting ...
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