Abies grandis 10 seeds

2,50

Abies grandis 10 seeds

2,50

bies grandis), also called lowland white spruce, balsam fir or yellow spruce, is a fast-growing tree that reaches its largest size in the rainforest of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. A tree in that area measures 200 cm high, and has a crown width of 14 m (46 ft). The species also has historical significance. The famous blunt trees of Barlow Road on the south side of Mount Hood in Oregon were large spruces. They were used by early settlers to control the descent speed of their covered wagons up a particularly steep slope as they traveled from east to west. Some of the rope-burned trees are still standing after 150 years.

Hardy in zones 6-9. Also makes a spectacular bonsai

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bies grandis), also called lowland white spruce, balsam fir or yellow spruce, is a fast-growing tree that reaches its largest size in the rainforest of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. A tree in that area measures 200 cm high, and has a crown width of 14 m (46 ft). The species also has historical significance. The famous blunt trees of Barlow Road on the south side of Mount Hood in Oregon were large spruces. They were used by early settlers to control the descent speed of their covered wagons up a particularly steep slope as they traveled from east to west. Some of the rope-burned trees are still standing after 150 years.

Hardy in zones 6-9. Also makes a spectacular bonsai

Additional information

Weight 0,0200 kg
USDA zone

Female

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