Magnolia Dogwood Conifer & Maple

Conifer Gardens Nursery

Tall growing Firs (Abies)

Abies delavayi
Abies delavayi
Forms a beautiful, conical fir tree, reaching approx 3 metres in the first 10 years.
Develops amazing blue cones at a young age.

Abies nordmanniana
Abies nordmanniana
 A beautiful dark green fir tree, developing into a perfect conical shape.
Slow growing at first, becoming faster with age.
A 10 year old plant should be approx 3-4M, reaching 8-10m in 30 years. 

Abies pectinata
Abies pectinata

"White or Silver Fir"
A beautiful fir growing in the typical pyramidal shape. The foliage a very dark green on top, silver beneath. In spring the new foliage is a bright lime green colour.


Abies procera 'Glauca'
Abies procera 'Glauca'
Abies procera 'Glauca'

"Blue Noble Fir"
A majestic fir with dense, beautiful blue foliage. A slow grower, taking a while to develop the typical pyramidal shape. May produce deep pink male "flowers" in spring as pictured.

 


Abies recurvata
Abies recurvata
An unusual feature of this species is the reflexed needles. Can eventually form a conical tree but may take many years before developing a leader. Could be kept as a shrub is the leader was removed.
Abies grandis
Abies grandis
"Grand Fir"
A slow growing fir with dark green needles. Conical when young, but eventually becoming a round-topped tall tree.

Abies pindrow
Abies pindrow
"WEST HIMALAYAN FIR" A typical fir with a straight trunk and pyramidal form. The dark green needles are very long. The light green new grow makes a stunning contrast to the older foliage.
Abies pinsapo 'Glauca'
Abies pinsapo 'Glauca'
"Blue Spanish Fir"
A very dense, pyramidal tree. The foliage consists of short grey needles.

Abies squamata
Abies squamata
Abies squamata
"Flaky Bark Fir"
A slow growing fir, developing the typical pyramidal shape. The trunk develops beautiful flaky bark from about 6 years old. Produces amazing purple cones. Light green foliage. Good for bonsai.