Common Name: Silver Fir
Evergreen, conical trees with silvery-green needles and attractive cones. Most Silver Firs, though slow-growing at first, eventually become large trees. The following selections, however, are ideal for small gardens as they have a more compact habit. They will grow in most conditions except they are not fond of shallow chalk.
A small tree producing purple, cylindrical cones. Height after 10yr 4m/13ft.Full Details>
A very slow growing attractive tree with leaves twisted upward revealing their white undersides. Height after 10yr 1.25m/4ft.Full Details>
Dwarf silver fir. Suitable for a large rock garden or lawn specimen. Height after 10years 4m/13ftFull Details>