Pseudotsuga menziesii | Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir becomes a massive tree, producing a dense pyramid with horizontal branches. The mature height listed here is 80 feet, but trees in the wild are known to get much, much taller—over 250 feet. Commonly used as a Christmas tree. Accepts shearing to become a fine hedge. Accepts sandy to clay soils. Canopy coverage: 314 square feet.

Water Requirement: low, moderate

Sun Exposure: full sun

Cold Hardiness: cold hardy to -20F

Growth Rate: moderate

Height: 80 feet high

Width: 20 feet wide


Foliage Color: dark green, blue-green

Flower Color: brown

Flower Season: summer

Wildlife: butterflies