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Blue Douglas Fir (Blue)- 4" Plantable Peat Pot
The limbs on the Blue Douglas Firs are produce one-inch long needles that are bluish-green in color. The needles that are arranged spirally around the stem end with a dull point
The blue Douglas fir grows up to 80 feet tall, and it can have a trunk up to five inches in diameter. More commonly, however, it grows up to 30 feet tall, and its trunk measures three inches in diameter. The tree's bottom limbs droop slightly downward while its upper arms have an upward tilt. When this tree is young, it often has a grayish tint to the wood. It may also have many resin blisters. As the tree ages, the forest becomes thicker and turns dark grey.
The limbs on the Blue Douglas Firs are produced one-inch long needles that are bluish-green. The needles that are arranged spirally around the stem end with a dull point
Both male and female sexes are found on the same tree. The tree produces male reddish-brown conelets scattered among its branches. Then, the next year, the female cone lets attach themselves to the male conelets from the previous year.
Blue Douglas fir trees also produces a woody pine cone that is between two and three inches long. These cones have many scales with a tongue-like bract being located under each scale.