Sold in bundles of 10.
At a Glance: Grand fir is a large evergreen tree that grows in moist coniferous forests; along river flats to fairly dry slopes, from low to middle elevations.
Height: 80 meters tall
Bark: greyish-brown, usually with white mottles, smooth with resin blisters when young, becoming ridged and then scaly with age.
Needles: needles flat, tips rounded and notched, 2-4 cm long, dark green and grooved above, two white lines of stomata below; in two distinct horizontal rows.
Cones: Pollen cones yellowish; seed cones yellowish-green, cylindrical, 5-10 cm long, high in the crown where they fall apart through the autumn.
|Sun/Shade Tolerance||Hydrology||Elevation Range|
full sun > 80%
mostly sunny 60%-80%
partial sun and shade 40%- 60%
MacKinnon, A., Pojar, J., & Alaback, P. B. (1994). Plants of the Pacific Northwest coast: Washington, Oregon, British Columbia & Alaska. Richmond, Wash: Lone Pine Publishing.