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  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.
  • Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.

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Native to China at altitudes of about 12,000 feet, this rare upright fir has incredible copper-red peeling bark even on trees that are only about 6 years old.  Dense, dark green needles have silvery undersides, and outrageous purple cones put on a show in spring and early summer.

 

 

USDA Hardiness Map

Plant Form

Abies squamata 'Flaky' _ Flaky Fir _

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Latin Name:
Abies squamata 'Flaky'
Common name:
Flaky Fir
Sun Exposure:
Sun
ANNUAL GROWTH:
6-9"
HxW@10 Years:
6'x3'
COLOR:
blue
FORM:
Pyramidal
GROWTH RATE:
Intermediate
Hardiness Zone:
Zones 5-8

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