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Noble Fir (Abies procera)


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Also known as red fir and white fir, noble fir is a widespread Northwest native.  It is generally found growing at 3,000 to 5,000 feet elevation, and is the largest of the true fir species.  It is best adapted to cool and moist conditions and can be found on a range of soils, including rocky and/or steep slopes. It’s stout, open branches and blue-green needles make it a popular Christmas tree choice.  Many bird and small mammals species use the seeds for food, and the tree provides good cover for wildlife.


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Sold by the bundle (10 trees per bundle).


Fun Fact: The timber industry referred to Noble Firs as “larches” due to an early bias against them. Not coincidentally there are two areas, one in Oregon and one in Washington that are referred to as Larch Mountain, named for the abundant Noble Firs that cover them. (Source:

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Wet Soil


Full Sun, Partial Sun

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Evergreen, Wildlife Value


1-39 Bundles, 40-99 Bundles