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    Abies Balsamea Nana

    This dwarf balsam fir is perfect for a rock garden setting with partial shade. It has dark green needles with silver-blue stripes on the underside and grows in a nest like shape. With a growth rate of 2-3 inches a year, it will mature between 1 to 2 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide. Good drainage is best, although not critical and an acidic soil is ideal.

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    Abies Concolor

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    Abies Koreana Siberlocke

    Formerly known as and sometimes still listed as ‘Horstmann’s Silberlocke’, this strikingly beautiful conifer grows into a medium-sized pyramidal tree. The needles curl tightly against the branches showing the bright silver undersides. Add to that the upright purple cones in spring, this fine fir belongs in any garden. Plant in full sun and provide good drainage.



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    Abies Lasiocarpa Arizonica Glauca

    A large growing tree that is a stunning rich blue color, treat this tree as a specimen in an open area. Arizona Fir or sometimes Corkbark Fir does best in a well-drained soil and full sun. Extremely cold hardy and disease resistant, this tree can be a great substitute for Colorado spruce.

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    Abies Lasiocarpa Arizonica
    Glauca Compacta

    Similar to its larger counterpart described above, this beauty does not need the same space. It has gray-blue needles, resinous brown buds in the winter, and then an eye-popping silver-blue new growth. The growth rate is 3 to 6 inches annually, with a mature height from 12 to 15 feet.




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    Abies Balsamea Nana

    This dwarf balsam fir is perfect for a rock garden setting with partial shade. It has dark green needles with silver-blue stripes on the underside and grows in a nest like shape. With a growth rate of 2-3 inches a year, it will mature between 1 to 2 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide. Good drainage is best, although not critical and an acidic soil is ideal.



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    Abies Concolor

    Description coming soon!



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    Abies Koreana Siberlocke

    Formerly known as and sometimes still listed as ‘Horstmann’s Silberlocke’, this strikingly beautiful conifer grows into a medium-sized pyramidal tree. The needles curl tightly against the branches showing the bright silver undersides. Add to that the upright purple cones in spring, this fine fir belongs in any garden. Plant in full sun and provide good drainage.



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    Abies Lasiocarpa Arizonica Glauca

    A large growing tree that is a stunning rich blue color, treat this tree as a specimen in an open area. Arizona Fir or sometimes Corkbark Fir does best in a well-drained soil and full sun. Extremely cold hardy and disease resistant, this tree can be a great substitute for Colorado spruce.



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    Abies Lasiocarpa Arizonica
    Glauca Compacta

    Similar to its larger counterpart described above, this beauty does not need the same space. It has gray-blue needles, resinous brown buds in the winter, and then an eye-popping silver-blue new growth. The growth rate is 3 to 6 inches annually, with a mature height from 12 to 15 feet.