The Concolor Fir tree, Abies concolor, is also known as white fir, Concolor fir, Silver fir, Rocky Mountain White fir, Colorado Fir, Lows Fir, and Pacific White fir.
Concolor Fir trees are large, densely-growing, narrow trees with a dome-shaped crown growing to 50 feet or more. This evergreen conifer tree is native to the mountainous regions of the western United States.
This rapid growing fir tree is the most drought-resistant of all native firs. Although it can exist on poor, dry sites, the white fir grows most vigorously in moist, well-drained, acid soils in protected locations. It is a rapid grower after it becomes established.
Concolor Fir trees are stately, pyramid shaped evergreens with distinct horizontal branches. Like most firs they are fragrant; when the needles are crushed they smell like an orange! This fir can grow well in hot summer climate and is very drought tolerant.
It makes a handsome ornamental and decorative Christmas tree!
* Rapid growing
* Fragrant evergreen
|Mature Height||60 - 80 feet|
|Mature Spread||30 - 35 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun - Partial Sun|
|Flower Color||Not Showy|
|Fall Color||Silver, Green|