Concolor white fir is a stately evergreen tree with a symmetrical shape, long, soft needles and an attractive, silvery blue-green color. Concolor white fir is often planted as a striking focal point and is especially appreciated for its winter color. Learn more about it in this article.
Golden Korean fir trees are compact evergreens known for their remarkable and attractive chartreuse foliage. The cultivar?s irregular spreading form is eye-catching, making the tree an excellent focal point in a garden. For Golden Korean fir information, click here.
Silver Korean fir trees are compact evergreens with very ornamental fruit. They grow to 20 feet tall (6 m.) and thrive in USDA plant hardiness zones 5 through 7. For more silver Korean fir tree information, including tips on how to grow a silver Korean fir, click here.
Douglas fir trees also known as red firs, Oregon pines and Douglas spruce. However, these evergreens are not pines nor spruce nor true firs either. But they are tall, beautiful conifers. For information about growing Douglas firs, click this article.
Noble firs are extremely attractive evergreen trees and the largest native firs in America. Planting a noble fir isn?t difficult in the correct hardiness zones. Click on the following article for more noble fir information and tips on caring for noble firs.
Fraser firs may succumb to rosette bud mites. What are rosette bud mites and what methods of rosette bud mite control are there for the grower? The following article contains answers to these questions and other information on rosette bud mites.