Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii)
Bareroot hedging available November - March
Pseudotsuga menziesii (Douglas Fir)
Douglas fir is a tall conifer with soft dark green needles and distinctive pointed brown cones that hang pendant-like from the branches. The bark is smooth and grey when young, turning a dark, fissured brown with age. Douglas fir has a columnar shape, but with elegant spreading branches. It is suitable for planting as a screening tree. It grows best in acid to neutral soil, and prefers a sunny position. Average eventual height 50ft+.
Available to order in quantities of 50 or more (not kept in stock). Please contact us for prices