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Abies amabilis

Pacific Silver Fir

Native to southern Alaska south through the Coast Ranges and Cascades of Washington and Oregon. Grows 20–50 ft. tall and 12–15 ft. wide in gardens, much larger in the wild. Dark green n...

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Abies balsamea ‘Nana’ (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Abies balsamea

Balsam Fir

Native to eastern North American mountains. Dwarf ‘Nana’ is the form most commonly sold in the West. Perfect for rock gardens; very slowly forms a dense, dark green cushion 2–3 ft...

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Abies concolor ‘Candicans’ (photo courtesy of Jim McCausland)

Abies concolor

White Fir

Native to the mountains of southern Oregon, California, southern Rocky Mountains, Baja California. A popular Christmas tree and one of the most commonly grown native firs in Western gardens. Large,...

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Abies grandis (photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens)

Abies grandis

Lowland Fir

Native from British Columbia inland to Montana and southward to coastal Northern California. Many Northwest gardeners live and garden successfully under this fast-growing tree; they just prune it h...

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Abies lasiocarpa

Alpine Fir

Native to Alaska, south through the high Cascades of Washington and Oregon; nearly throughout the Rocky Mountains. In the wild in good, moist soil, it is a narrow, steeple-shaped tree 60–90 ft. tall and 10 ft. wide. In gardens, usually grows much shorter and loses its narrow shape; allow for 15–20-ft. spread in Northwest. Extremely slow growing in California gardens. Bluish green, 1–1 1/2-in.-long needles.

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Abies lasiocarpa arizonica

Cork Fir

Thick, corky, creamy white bark gives the tree its common name, “cork fir.” Blue, often silvery needles. Very handsome as a youngster; good bonsai. Excellent substitute for blue spruce ...

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Abutilon hybrid ‘Fairy Coral Red’ (photo courtesy of Proven Winners)

Abutilon hybrids

Flowering Maple

Grown as a shrub in zones 8, 9, 12–27, H1, and H2, and anywhere as an annual. The best-known flowering maples are in this group. Upright, arching growth to 8–10 ft. tall and wide. Broad...

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Acer buergerianum

Trident Maple

Grows 20–25 ft. high and wide, with a roundish crown of 3-in.-wide, glossy green, three-lobed leaves. Fall color is usually red, sometimes orange or yellow. Attractive flaking bark on older w...

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Acer circinatum (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Acer circinatum

Vine Maple


In the forest shade, plant is crooked, sprawling, and vinelike, with many stems from the base. In the open, it becomes a nearly symmetrical small tree 5–35 ft. high, with one o...

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Acer davidii

Acer davidii

David’s Maple

Native to central China. To 20–35 ft. high and wide. This maple is distinctive on several counts. Bark is shiny green striped with silvery white, particularly striking in winter. Leaves are oval or lobed, 2–7 in. long, 1 1/2–4 in. wide, deeply veined. New foliage is bronze tinted; fall color combines bright yellow, red orange, and purple. Clusters of greenish-yellow flowers are showy in spring. Plant in part shade in warmer areas.

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Acer glabrum

Rocky Mountain Maple

Shrub or tree. Multitrunked clumps may be only 6 ft. tall or up to 30 ft. under ideal conditions. Slender, upright branches spread one-half to two-thirds plant height. Leaves 2–5 in.wide, thr...

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Acer glabrum douglasii

Rocky Mountain Maple

Grows along the shores of southeastern Alaska, south into Canada and parts of the Pacific Northwest and mountain states. Reaches 20–30 ft. tall, 20 ft. wide, with shallowly three-lobed leaves...

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