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Bristlecone Fir
... Bristlecone Fir Santa Lucia Fir Bristlecone Fir Abies bracteata This droopy tree only grows naturally in the Santa Lucia Mountains near Monterey, CA. ...
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California Red Fir
... California Red Fir California Red Fir Abies magnifica This snowflake like tree growing 60-210 feet tall has short, thick symmetrical branches. ... , 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 ...
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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 ... balsam fir's bark. It was once used as the primary medium for mounting microscope slides. Abies ancient name - rising or tall tree, name for the European fir. balsamea balsam-producing. Home - Abies balsamea ...
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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 ... Mountains. White fir is the most site tolerant fir, and is planted ornamentally. Abies ancient name - rising or tall tree, name for the European fir. concolor one color (both needle surfaces). Home - Abies concolor I ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Species: Fir
... Beech Birch Buckeye Catalpa Chestnut Citrus(all) Cottonwood Crabapple Dogwood Douglas-fir Elm Ginkgo Hickory Holly Lemon Lime Linden Locust Planetree Magnolia Maple ... 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 ...
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Pine, Spruce or Fir?
... Pine, Spruce or Fir? Pine, Spruce 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 ... 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 ...
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Fir
... Fir Fir - Abies sp. General information: Firs have a pyramidal shape and horizontal branching with the lower branches ... growth. The fir is best wired in spring. It is remarkably versatile, and can be trained into most styles. Propagation: Seed, layering or cuttings, except for the dwarf korean fir, Abies koreana `Compact ...
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Abies concolor (Gord
... fir (Abies concolor) and a Mexican fir (Abies religiosa). Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18:640-643. Tappeiner, J. C., II, and J. A. Helms. 1971. Natural regeneration of Douglas-fir and white fir ...
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Abies grandis (Dougl
... fir is found with redwood (Sequoia sempervirens), and at higher elevations with Shasta red fir, white fir, noble fir (Abies procera), subalpine fir, and western white pine. Shrubs commonly associated with grand fir ...
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Abies bracteata, Santa Lucia Fir, Bristlecone Fir, Abies venusta
... 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 ...
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