Although native to the western US, White Fir has also performed well in the East. Needle color varies from plant to plant, ranging from light blue to a medium green. It will reach 70' high and 2'-25' wide. It also tolerates dry and compacted soil.
The popular Colorado Spruce (also known as Blue Spruce) has a similar outline and foliage color to the White Fir. Since we are seeing increased Cytospera infestations on the Colorado Spruce, we are recommending the White Fir as a superior substitute. Use as a specimen, in groupings, or for screening.
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