Big-cone Douglas Fir
The two trees described here are quite similar, but they differ greatly in status—the first is little known, while the second is the most prominent tree in the Pacific Northwest.Pseudotsuga macrocarpa
Native to Southern California. Stout-trunked tree to about 60 ft. tall and 30 ft. wide. Needles are similar to those of Pseudotsuga menziesii. Cones are much larger, reaching 4 to 7 in. long, 2 to 3 in. wide; three-pronged bracts on cones barely protrude from each side.
Native to Southern California. Stout-trunked tree to about 60 ft. tall and 30 ft. wide. Needles are si...
Native to dry, rocky mountain California slopes from Mt. Diablo and Mt.Hamilton through the SantaLucia...
Many hybrids areobtainable, either as blends orin single colors. Most must begrown from seed.