[a.k.a White Fir]
The Concolor Fir (or White Fir) is somewhat similar in general appearance to the Colorado Blue Spruce, meaning it is a very attractive tree with a medium greenish blue color, although the needle structure is quite different. They are fast growing, can grow as high as 150 feet and live over 300 years.
They are widely used as ornamental trees and thrive all over the Eastern US, and grow naturally from the Rocky Mountains all the way to the West Coast.
The Concolor Fir has softer needles about an inch long, and produce a pleasant aroma. Its cones are about 4 inches long on average, and point up instead of down as with most other evergreens. Concolor are shade tolerant, and grow on both moist loamy soils and drier sandy soils.