Abies koreana
Korean Fir

 Plant Type:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
Green (Evergreen needles are green above and silver underneath)
Purple (Attactive, cylindrical cones can be a range of purple to blue hues)
 Ultimate Height:
15-30 feet
 Ultimate Spread:
20 feet
 Light Requirements:
Moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soils
 Diagnostic Characteristics:
Leaves are 1/2-3/4" long by 1/16-1/12" wide, notched or rounded at apex, dark green above with two whitish bands below divided by a thin green midrib, and thickly set on stem. Rich volet-purple cones, 2-3" long by 1" wide, occuring on plants that have reached 3' tall.

Additional Information

This fir is slightly more heat tolerant than others, but still does best in cold climates.

3 Abies koreana found

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