The Turkish Fir uniquely produces new, bright lime colored needled that turn a dark green color as they age. This tree grows in a cone shape and is enjoyed for its fragrant smell.
Turkish Fir is mainly used as a Christmas tree.
The Turkish Fir is used by chickadees and other birds to provide cover from harsh weather. The seeds are commonly eaten by grouse, squirrels, and other small animals.
History & Lore
The Turkish Fir originated from northern Turkey.