Fir, Rocky Mountain Douglas

Pseudotsuga menziessii 'Lincoln'

The Rocky Mountain Douglas Fir grows slower and is also much more cold tolerant than the Coast Douglas Fir.  The Rocky Mountain Douglas Fir is a large tree typically reaching 100 feet in height, but can reach up to 300 feet and 30 feet in diameter. Dark Green, soft, short-needled foliage creates a dense canopy. Being used more frequently to replace lodgepole pine and ponderosa pine killed by beetles.  Hardy to Zone 4.

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Tree Details
Botanical Name: 
Pseudotsuga menziessii 'Lincoln'
Growing Zones: 
Mature Height: 
75-100 feet
Mature Width: 
20-40 feet
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