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Caucasian Fir

Description

Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana) is a species of pine tree (Pinaceae), indigenous to the west Asia growing to even 20-30 m long. In gardens its height usually reaches 5-10m. Tree has matt gray bark and tiny, double-breasted needles with characteristic scent. It blossoms form April to May. After withering it produces cones. Mature cones are brown and up to 15 cm long.

Main characteristic of caucasian fir are thick, rigid but not prickly needles, reaching to even 5 centimeters long, framed askew. Needles are glossy dark green above, and with two blue-white bands of stomata below.

Application Caucasian fir is recommended for single planting, in private gardens and urban green areas. Its slowly growing, undersized cultivar is recommended to rock gardens. Used as Christmas trees.

Cut trees

CAUCASIAN FIR I CLASS

Type of treeHeight
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)100 - 125 cm
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)125 - 150cm
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)150 - 175 cm
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)175 - 200 cm
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)200 - 250 cm

 

CAUCASIAN FIR II CLASS

Type of treeHeight
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)100 - 150 cm
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)150 - 175 cm
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)175 - 200 cm
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)200 - 250 cm

Tree in flowerpot

Type of treeHeightContainer
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)60 - 80 cmC-10
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)80 - 100 cmC-12
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)100 - 125 cmC-12
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)125 - 150 cmC-15

Decorative branches

Type of branchLength
Caucasian fir (Abies nordmanniana)30 - 80 cm

OTHER PRODUCTS

Blue spruce

Blue spruce is a species of pine tree. These trees are highly valuated in gardening because of trifle needs and tolerance of low temperatures. Frequently used as Christmas tree.

Norway spruce

Norway spruce is a species of pine tree. This is the only one spiece of spruce that naturally occurs in Poland. It grows mainly in north-east and south Poland, in the mountains and on the foothills.