Native to the western US, White Fir has proven to be a good performer in the east. Needle color varies from plant to plant and ranges from light blue to medium green. Grows to 70' high and 2-25' wide. Tolerates dry and compacted soil.
The popular Colorado Spruce, also known as Blue Spruce, has the similar outline and foliage color of the White Spruce. We are seeing increased Cytospera infestations on Colorado Spruce and we are recommending the White Fir as a superior substitute. Use as a specimen, in groupings or for screening.
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