Pseudotsuga menziesii--Douglasfir

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Pseudotsuga menziesii--Douglasfir

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Douglasfir grows 150 to 200 feet and spreads 12 to 18 feet. The tree prefers a sunny location with a moist soil. Douglasfir transplants well balled and burlapped and has a rapid growth rate. It tolerates wind, pruning, and shearing but will not tolerate dry soil.

Cultivars are: 'Anguina'--long, snake-like branches; 'Brevifolia'--short leaves; 'Compacta'--compact, conical growth; 'Fastigiata'--dense, pyramidal; 'Fretsii'--dense bush, short broad leaves; glauca--bluish foliage; 'Nana'-- dwarf; 'Pendula'--long, drooping branchlets; 'Revoluta'-- curled leaves; 'Stairii'--variegated leaves.

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