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Noble Fir tree (abies procera)  Can tolerate poor soil conditions and withstands exposed sites.

Noble Fir tree (abies procera) Can tolerate poor soil conditions and withstands exposed sites.

£1.14

The noble fir is an excellent christmas tree.  It does not shed its needles, keeps a good shape, stiff branches will withstand modern xmas ornaments - and importantly will look good well after Christmas.  Enjoy!!

Can tolerate poor soil conditions, is snow tolerant and withstands exposed sites. Its needles are blue/green, male flowers are deep red, upright female flowers are yellow. The cone can grow upto 25cm.

Whereas grand fir is the best forest fir for lower slopes, noble fir is the tree for more exposed mountain sides in western Britain. It has remarkable ability to stand up straight even in the severest winds. In its native Oregon and Washington it is found at 1500 metres elevation. Even impoverished peaty soils will support it if there is sufficient ground water. Dry or frosty lowland areas should not be planted with noble fir. The stems will crack spirally and the sawn timber will simply fall apart.

Size: 50' to 100' (15m to 30m) tall, can reach over 250' (75m) tall in wild
Environment: Can tolerate poor soil, is snow tolerant and withstands exposed sites..
Key Features: male flowers are deep red, upright female flowers are yellow.
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Noble Fir tree (Abies Procera) 15/30br Barerooted £2.70 £2.02 £1.56 £1.42 £1.14
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