San Francisco Bay Area
CHRISTMAS TREES
GRAND FIR

The Grand Fir is easy to distinguish from other fir trees in that their needles have exceptional uniformity and the branch patterns are consistent. Their needles, 1 to 1½ inches in length, are in 2 rows often spread horizontally so that one can see both the lower and upper portions of the branches. The Grand Fir needles are soft to the touch, and dark green in color with a sheen of white stomata on the lower portion of its branches. The Grand Fir grows well in the Pacific Northwest, growing up to 300 feet tall, the tallest of firs.

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