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Abies (Fir) Trees for Sale

Low maintenance, deer and drought resistant, there are about 50 species of this evergreen conifer across the world. A unique characteristic of fir trees is their upright cones which gracefully sit on the tops of the branches.

Abies koreana (Korean Fir)

This slow-growing evergreen conifer matures to 20-30 feet tall. The tree’s soft green needles with white backing and its purples cones create a beautiful contrast of colors in your landscape.

'Green Carpet'

A dwarf Korean fir, reaching two feet tall after 10 years. Striking purple cones stand out against green needles.

'Aurea'

Contrasting needles and cones like the species. Spring needles start as  bright yellow with silver-white undersides. Matures to an upright pyramidal form, reaching 25 feet tall.

Abies concolor (White Fir)

The white fir tree is an evergreen conifer that’s native to western North America. Growing 30-50 feet tall, the species has attractive needles that are blue-green or silver-gray. Firs are adaptable for numerous landscape uses.

'Candicans'

A magnificent specimen that is said to have the bluest needles of any conifer. Long, blue needles pair perfectly with silver-gray bark. Grows in a broad pyramidal shape, reaching 10 feet after 10 years.

'Wintergold'

A dwarf white fir cultivar with striking golden-yellow needles in winter that stand out against the landscape. New spring growth starts as chartreuse-green, then darkens to a deeper green before the fall and winter’s gold sets in.

Abies nordmanniana (Nordmann Fir)

Growing up to 200 feet in the wild and 60 feet cultivated, this Turkey native species boasts dark green needles and sweeping branches.

'Golden Spreader'

A type of Nordmann Fir, this wide-spreading dwarf cultivar with bright yellow foliage grows about 3 inches each year. Grows best in partial shade, as too much sun may scorch the foliage.

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Please contact us with any questions regarding which tree is best-suited for your landscape, or questions about fir trees specifically.

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