About This Plant

The white fir, or Abies concolor, is a tall evergreen tree native to western North America, known for its straight trunk, blue-green needles, and upright cones. These trees are prized for their ornamental value in landscaping, offering a stately presence and aromatic needles. They have practical uses in timber as well and are found in mountainous regions of the western United States and Mexico.

The Story

Leaf

The Abies concolor features elongated leaves measuring approximately 2 to 3 inches in length. These needle-like leaves have a silvery-green hue, contributing to the tree’s distinct appearance.

Produce

The cones of the white fir are cylindrical and measure approximately 4 to 7 inches (10 to 18 cm) in length. These cones have a distinctive pale green to yellowish colour.
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