Michigan Native: NO



Features needles that are spiral, simple and roughly 1½" in length. The coloring of the needles depends on the variety: Coast Douglasfir has dark yellow-green (occasionally bluish-green needles); Rocky Mountain Douglasfir has bluish-green (occasionally yellow-green) needles. Yields light brown, 3–4" cones which hang downward on the branches with distinctive 3-pointed bracts protruding from between the scales. Is a popular Christmas tree choice because of the nice shape and soft, short needles that do not easily fall off. Does best on a roomy site with an abundance of atmospheric moisture. Grows in a pyramidal shape. Can be injured by high winds. Makes an excellent specimen, grouping or mass


Fir, Douglas - Seedling

  • 6-12 inches tall