Pseudotsuga menziesii – Douglas Fir

An evergreen tree which lives for over 700 years and grows to over 150′ (40′ in 20 years). Bark becomes very thick, ridged, fluted and rough. Pointed buds. Needles are flat with a groove on the upper surface.

Found in very dry low elevations to moist montane sites.

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