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Bristlecone Fir Santa Lucia Fir Bristlecone Fir Abies bracteata This droopy tree only grows naturally in the Santa Lucia Mountains near Monterey, CA. 90-150 feet tall. 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 refrigerate for 3-4 months, and then plant the seeds ...
California Red Fir
... with moist but not wet mix of 1/3 sand, 1/3 soil, 1/3 humus, and refrigerate for 1 1/2 months, and then plant the seeds in a deep container with soil mix kept moist. Shasta Fir Abies magnifica var. Shastensis sitemap Internet Searching Modifiers:-, "", OR, site:, ~ (synonym) Modifiers: -, "", OR Modifiers: -, "", (OR), site: Search the Web for: Modifiers: ...
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Landowner Fact Sheets - balsam fir
Landowner Fact Sheets - balsam fir balsam fir Abies balsamea Balsam fir is an important conifer of the northernmost parts of eastern and central U.S. and Canada. It is both commercially ... to the survival many species of northern wildlife. Light Water Growth Size Timber Value Balsam fir is used for light frame construction lumber, cabin logs, paneling, crates, pulpwood, and Christmas trees and ...
Landowner Fact Sheets - white fir
Landowner Fact Sheets - white fir white fir Abies concolor White fir is a potentially large western conifer capable of tolerating less than ideal growing environments. It can be found in both semi-arid ... , as well as cool and moist high elevation sites. Light Water Growth Size Timber Value White fir is used for all-purpose construction grade wood, plywood, poles, piling, crates, boxes, pulp, and ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Fir
... make them attractive landscaping elements and are best used as specimens with the lower branches unpruned, sweeping the ground. Types Balsam Fir Abies balsamea Nikko Fir Abies homolepis Subalpine Fir Abies lasiocarpa Santa Lucia Fir Abies bracteata White Fir Abies concolor Back to Tree Species TOP TreeHelp currently accepts PRODUCTS Fertilizers & Soil Additives | Watering Products | Tools | Pest ...
Pine, Spruce or Fir?
... or Fir? GardenLine | Trees and Shrubs | Pine, Spruce or Fir? There is often much confusion when trying to determine what type of evergreen you may have in your landscape. Pine (Pinus) All pines are evergreen ... leaves are stiff and sharp-pointed, and with one exception, are 4-sided in cross section. Fir (Abies) The firs are medium size to large evergreen trees with tall, straight trunks and slender, ...
... can be trained into most styles. Propagation: Seed, layering or cuttings, except for the dwarf korean fir, Abies koreana `Compact Dwarf'. Since it does not produce cones, it must be propagated through ... the female. Control by hand-picking the bags in winter. The more common scale insects infesting fir are oystershell, pine needle, and cottony cushion. These insects are hard to control once inside ...
Abies concolor (Gord
... fir in the mixed conifer forests of California and Oregon include grand fir (Abies grandis), Pacific madrone (Arbutus menziesii), tanoak (Lithocarpus densiflorus), incense-cedar (Libocedrus decurrens), ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa), lodgepole pine ( ... in the 30- to 89-cm (12- to 35-in) d.b.h. range (29). White fir trees can begin bearing cones when only 40 years old and continue beyond 300 years ( ...
Abies grandis (Dougl
... in northwestern Oregon, western Washington, and southwestern British Columbia include Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis), Pacific silver fir (Abies amabilis), and Port-Orford-cedar (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana), in addition to western redcedar, western hemlock, ... 2 to 3 years (10,32). In the Inland Empire, a good cone crop for grand fir is considered to be more than 40 cones per tree. A fair crop is 21 to ...
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Abies bracteata, Santa Lucia Fir, Bristlecone Fir, Abies venusta
... Home | Forum | Plants, Trees and Shrubs | Glossary | Email this page Web SunnyGardens.com Abies bracteata Santa Lucia Fir, Bristlecone Fir, Abies venusta These cone-bearing evergreens, commonly called firs, are large, majestic trees. Place ... , Abies koreana 'Prostrata', Abies lasiocarpa, Abies lasiocarpa 'Compacta', Abies magnifica, Abies pinsapo Plant Index: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T ...
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