Fraser Fir Seedling Plugs
The Fraser Fir has classic looks, featuring short, soft, dark-green needles with silver undersides revealed by upturning branches. It is a beautiful ornamental, and is widely considered the finest Christmas tree in North America. (and most commonly misspelled: Frazer Fir, Frasier Fir, Fraser Fur, Frazier Fir, etc.)
The Fraser grows to a maximum height of 80 feet, and will flourish in fertile, rocky & sandy soils which are slightly acidic. In any case, they must have good drainage. They are somewhat tolerant of shade, but prefer full sun. A good rule of thumb is to plant them from Tennessee north, but you can also plant them in areas of higher elevation.
The Fraser Fir is so similar to the Balsam Fir that scientists believe that not too long ago they were one and the same.
PLANT IN RECORD TIME:
Watch how to plant these evergreen seedling plugs faster and with less effort than any other type of "bare root" evergreen seedling. With just a cordless drill, any old rusty/dull 1 inch drill bit you have lying around, and a few simple items, you can realistically plant upwards of 100 plug seedlings in an hour. Your back will thank us later :)
SOLD OUT till Fall 2014
OTHER SIZES AND OPTIONS:
Fraser Fir are offered in the following sizes:
• bare root seedling [sold out]
• bare root transplant [sold out]
• plug seedling [sold out]
• plug transplant [sold out]
Comparable/alternative species: Balsam Fir, Canaan Fir, Concolor Fir, Douglas Fir
Confused about species? Check out our Evergreen Tree Buyers Guide
Pictures of mature Fraser Fir
These pictures are for general identification and description only. As your trees reach maturity, they may vary slightly in size, color, and general appearance.
Approx 6-12 inches
Prefers zones 3-7
Suitable for full sun and partial shade
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