Click here for more information on Grand fir (courtesy of USDA).
Sold by the bundle (10 trees per bundle).
Fun Fact: The famous Barlow Road snub-trees on the south side of Mount Hood in Oregon were grand firs. They were used by early settlers to control the rate of descent of their covered wagons on a particularly steep slope in their trek from east to west. Some of the rope-burned trees are still standing after 150 years. (source:http://www.eoearth.org/)