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Fir Tree Pictures

Fir Tree Pictures Gallery contains many beautiful pictures of fir trees. Fir trees are evergreen trees that provide year round color to your landscape design. They are also a popular choice for use as a Christmas tree.

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Each tree picture category on the left gives you information about the specific tree types and lots of great pictures of that tree.

Similar FIR Tree categories can be found at Douglas Fir Tree, Pine Tree Spruce Trees. Enjoy these pictures of Fir Trees.

Fir Tree Pictures: Photo Library of Fir Trees

Fir Fir: Image of Balsam Fir Tree Species Type, Scientic name: Abies balsamea Fir Cones: Balsam Fir Branches, New & Old Cone Types Scientic name: Abies balsamea

Balsam Fir Tree

Balsam Fir Needles

Firs: Image of Fir Cone: Balsam Fir Tree Type New Cones, Scientic name: Abies balsamea Fir Cones: Balsam Fir; New Green & Old Brown Cone Balsam Types - Scientic name: Abies balsamea

Balsam Fir Tree Cones

Balsam Fir Cones

Fir Tree: Balsam Fir Christmas Trees For Sale Firs: Image of Fir Cone: Balsam Fir Tree Type Fallen Old Cone, Scientic name: Abies balsamea

Balsam Fir Christmas Trees

Balsam Fir Cone

Firs: White Fir Trees Photo Fir Needles: White Fir Tree; Needle - Branch

White Fir Trees

White Fir Needles

Firs: White Fir Memorial Tree Photo Fir Needle: White Fir Tree; Needles - Branch

White Fir Memorial Tree

Concolor Fir Needles

Pictures of Fir Trees: Needles of White Fir Tree Type, Close Up Photo Shows Last Years and New Years Green Branch Growth

White Fir Needles

Firs: More Photos of Fir Trees

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Balsam Fir Tree

Christmas Fir Tree

Fir Tree Picture

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Santa Lucia Fir

Balsam Fir Trees

White Fir Tree Trunk

Picture of Fir Trees: Branch Needles of a Balsam Fir Tree Type Types of Fir Trees: Religious Cross with Fir Tree in the Background Types of Fir Trees: Needles of the White Fir Variety

Balsam Fir Needles

Fir Tree

White Fir Needles

Fir Tree Scientific Name - Abies

Balsam Fir Scientic name: Abies balsamea

Fir Tree Types, List of Different Kinds of Fir Tree Species

  • Balsam Fir Tree, resin is used in cold medications
  • Douglas Fir Tree
  • Fraser Fir Tree
  • Grand Fir Tree
  • Himalayan Fir Tree
  • Korean Fir Tree
  • Noble Fir Tree
  • Nordmann Fir Tree
  • Red Fir Tree
  • Silver Fir Tree, used to make garlands and wreaths
  • Spanish Fir Tree
  • Subalpine Fir Tree
  • White Fir Tree

Fir Tree Types and Facts on the Fir Tree Species

Fir trees are tall, symmetrical evergreen trees with pyramidal forms and flattish green needles which tend to be soft to the touch. They generally prefer cool, moist soil and cool temperatures and perform poorly in wet, poorly drained soils. The strong vertical lines of fir trees make them attractive landscaping elements and are best used as specimens with the lower branches unpruned, sweeping the ground.

Feature Fir Species: White Fir

Fir, White
Abies concolor

The beautiful White (or Concolor) Fir has light-colored bark and silver blue-green needles. Tolerates most soils and drought. Matures at 50' in home landscape.

Type of Fir Tree:
The White Fir falls into the following type(s): Evergreens

Mature Height:
The White Fir grows to be 50' feet in height.

Mature Spread:
The White Fir has a spread of about 20' at full maturity.

Growth Rate:
This tree grows at a slow to medium growth rate. [More about this.]

This fir does well in full sun, partial shade.

The White Fir grows in acidic, drought tolerant, loamy, moist, sandy, well drained soils.

Normal moisture required; drought tolerant.

This fir has pyramidal shape.

The needles of the White Fir are silvery blue to silver-green; flat; blunt; 2 to 3 inches long. (The longest of the Fir family.)

Flower Color:
Red; nondescript.

Bloom Time:

Fruit Description:
The fruit is elongated; upright; 3 to 6 inches long; dry or hard; brown.

Additional Information: White Fir

The White Fir, sometimes called Concolor Fir, is a favorite Christmas tree among discerning buyers. It is also an important timber tree in its natural range within the Sierra Mountains and the western slopes of the central Rockies. It is widely planted as a beautiful ornamental in the East. Not surprisingly, White Fir is named for its light-colored bark and the silvery or "glaucous" color of its needles.

The beautiful White (or Concolor) Fir has light-colored bark and silver blue-green needles. Tolerates most soils and drought. Matures at 50' in home landscape.

Wildlife Value:
White fir are used for cover by mammals and game birds. It is also used for roosting and nesting by songbirds and the seeds are eaten by squirrels and game birds.

White Fir is one of the 40 members of its genus worldwide, and nine in North America. Its common name is descriptive of the foliage, whereas its scientific name is not too helpful. "Abies" is simply the ancient Latin word for Fir trees, and "Concolor" means "together, or of one color." This wild mountain resident has no outstanding credits to its name in the lumber business. It does have commercial value and is harvested for miscellaneous products, but it is far overshadowed by its stronger woodland associates. Long ago, naturalist Donald Peattie predicted the real glory of this species. "Rather does the future of this tree lie in its value as an ornamental," he wrote in 1953. It is today a favorite for urban landscaping.

Fir Tree: Facts, Trivia, Reference

Balsam Fir: A fast way to identify a Balsam Fir is to aggressively rub the Fir's needles between your fingers and if the tree is a balsam then you love the sweet smell of the balsam oil on your fingers.

How to identify a Balsam Fir tree from a Spruce tree. Balsam Fir needles are flat and grow on either side of the stem whereas spruce needles are round and grow all the way round the stem.

Fir trees are also members of the pine family and are often used as Christmas trees. Popular varieties of fir trees used in Christmas decorations are Balsam, Fraser, Noble, Canaan and White fir trees.

Balsam Fir is the number one pick for a Christmas tree if you associate Christmas with the aroma of balsam fir permeating your home over the holiday season.

Essential oil from the Fir tree is used in aromatherapy and is considered beneficial in the treatment of coughs, colds, flu, muscle aches and arthritis. Canada Balsam is one of the ingredients in Buckley's cough medicine

The oldest Douglas fir on record grows on Vancouver Island and is estimated to be 1,300-1,400 years old.


White Fir Ever Green: The white fir tree grows tall and is a good landscaping alternate in place of the commonly used spruce tree The white fir is identifiable from the spruce tree by it's longer thicker needles and lighter green needle color.

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