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grand fir

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Grand Fir
... Grand Fir Grand Fir Abies grandis The Grand Fir is a straight tree 90-270 feet tall, has thick furrowed bark and erect cones ...
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Landowner Fact Sheets - grand fir
... Sheets - grand fir grand fir Abies grandis Grand fir is a fast growing, large conifer of the Pacific Northwest. Grand fir occurs on a variety of sites and provides food, nesting, and cover for many ... Light Water Growth Size Timber Value Grand fir is commonly used for pulpwood and Christmas trees. Wildlife Value Ruffed and sharp-tailed grouse eat grand fir needles. Birds and rodents eat ...
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Abies grandis... Grand Fir
... Abies grandis... Grand Fir Abies grandis Grand Fir Family: Pinaceae (Pine family) Photo taken near Fish Lake, open woods, greater than 20 year ...
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Abies grandis, Grand Fir, Lowland Fir
... Abies grandis, Grand Fir, Lowland Fir Home | Forum | Plants, Trees and Shrubs | Glossary | Email this page Web SunnyGardens.com Abies grandis Grand Fir, Lowland Fir These cone-bearing evergreens, commonly called firs, are large, majestic trees ...
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Forest | American Forest Biome
... associates include Douglas-fir , silver fir, and western redcedar. Redwood forest map Forests in which redwood comprises a plurality of the stocking. Common associates include Douglas-fir , grand fir, and ... a plurality of the stocking. Common associates include Douglas-fir , grand fir , western redcedar, and western white pine . Fir-spruce forest map Forests in which true firs, Engelmann spruce ...
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true fir genus description
... fir genus description True Firs (Abies) Erect cones perch on the topmost ... of true fir are native to western North America, and Oregon has six--more than any other state: grand fir, noble fir, Pacific silver fir, California red fir, subalpine fir, and white fir. ... left on the twig. This circle makes it easy to recognize a true fir at any season. Young stems have fragrant resin blisters. Stick them with ...
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West Coast Native Tree ID
... Cedar Port-Orford-Cedar Western Red-Cedar Cypress Fir Bigcone Douglas-Fir Bristlecone Fir California Red Fir Douglas-Fir Grand Fir Noble Fir Pacific Silver Fir Santa Lucia Fir Shasta Fir Subalpine Fir White Fir Giant Sequoia Hemlock Mountain Hemlock Western Hemlock Juniper ...
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Trees of Reed: Map 7
... Grand Fir 12 Larix occidentalis Western Larch 13 Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas-fir 14 Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas-fir 15 Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas-fir 16 Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas-fir ...
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Trees of Reed: True Firs
... Abies are called "true firs" to distinguish them from the Douglas-fir and other trees with similar names. All of the true firs ... , and east to New Mexico. Maps: 1, 14 Abies grandis Grand Fir A native fir found throughout the Willamette valley and western Oregon. It only ... will show white bands on both sides; this gives the Noble Fir its bluish color. Maps: 15 home | history | maps | trees | resources ...
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What Tree is That? at arborday.org
... Tree More… Start Over | Find Trees by Name | Glossary of Terms The tree is a Grand Fir Zones 5 - 9 Abies grandis © 2003 The National Arbor Day Foundation 1-888-448 ...
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