Fir and Cedar
Abies Pinaceae - Fir - There is a great deal of variability in this group of species. Some grow to be small dwarf shrubs 3' tall while others grow to be 60' - 90' tall.
Alba 'Green Spiral'
balsamea 'Balsam Fir'
koreana 'Green Carpet'
squamata 'Flaky' Fir
koreana 'Korean Fir'
koreana 'CIS' fir
koreana 'Horstmann's Silberlocke' Fir
nordmanniana 'Golden Spreader' Fir
Cedrus - Cedar - Plant in full sun with well-drained soil and allow plenty of space to grow. These evergreen trees require moderate watering initially, however, once established they are drought tolerant. Hardiness varies by different varieties.
C. atlantica Glauca - Blue Atlas Cedar
C. atlantica Glauca Pendula - Cedar, Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar
C. deodara - Deodar Cedar
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C. deodara Divinity Blue, Cedar
C. deodara Prostrate Beauty, Cedar
C. deodara Snow Sprite, Cedar
C. libani Green Prince, Cedar