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Fraser Fir ‘Richland’

Botanical Name: Abies Fraseri ‘Richland’
Hardiness Zones: 4-7
Mature Height: 100'
Growth Rate: Slow
Seed Source: New York

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FFHAG501Y061 Y6 – 9″

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Notes
Fraser Fir ‘Richland’ seed is grown and collected from a lower elevation. Overall, it grows better when in wetter soils.

Uses
Fraser Fir ‘Richland’ is commonly used as a household Christmas tree, for wreaths, and for timber.

Wildlife Value
Many red squirrels enjoy the Fraser Fir ‘Richland’ tree as they used the seed and bud for food.

History & Lore
The tree's name ‘Fraser Fir’ was given after the Scottish botanist, John Fraser (1750-1811).

Hardiness Zones
4-7

Tree Type
Conifer

Tree Subtype
Fir

Mature Height
100'

Mature Spread
15'

Growth Rate
Slow

Seed Source
New York

Sun Preference
Full sun

Soil PH Range
3.8-5.5

Soil Preference
Sandy loam, clay

Tolerant
Partial shade

Intolerant
Hot climate

Diseases
Root rot, canker

Pests
Balsam woolly adelgid

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Irrigation & Weed Control

Not sure which program to choose? If the amount of irrigation and weed control is a deciding factor, the chart below shows which programs require the most care to the least care.

Most Care

Least Care

Jiffy Plugs

(36mm & 50mm)

Husky

(Bare Root Transplants)

1 Year Container

(Peat Quart, Super Potted Gallon, Peat Gallon)

Jumbo Husky

(Bare Root Transplants)

2 Year Container

(Peat Quart, Super Potted Gallon, Peat Gallon)

3-4 year Container

(Super Potted 3 Gallon)

Irrigation & Weed Control

Not sure which program to choose? If the amount of irrigation and weed control is a deciding factor, the chart below shows which programs require the most care to the least care.

Most Care

Jiffy Plugs

(36mm & 50mm)

Husky

(Bare Root Transplants)

1 Year Container

(Peat Quart, Super Potted Gallon, Peat Gallon)

Jumbo Husky

(Bare Root Transplants)

2 Year Container

(Peat Quart, Super Potted Gallon, Peat Gallon)

3-4 year Container

(Super Potted 3 Gallon)

Least Care