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Abies alba

The European Silver Fir is common in the mountains of France, Germany and Switzerland but is not suitable for the domestic garden.

Abies amabilis

This is a native of north-west America but in Europe it is grown as an ornamental tree. Amabalis means beautiful and it can resemble Abies nordmanniana.

Abies balsamea

Balsam Fir is a medium sized tree with long leaves and a balsam scent. The cones are a purple / violet colour when young. Primarily grown for pulp and biomass.
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Abies concolor

This widely grown conifer has leaves up to 6cm long. It is a beautiful large tree with grey bark and long cylindrical cones.
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Abies fraseri

This tree is often cultivated as a Christmas tree in the USA since it is scented and has non-drop needles; it is slow growing when young taking 10 years to reach 2.5 to 3m.
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Abies grandis

An extremely fast growing tree whose leaves are very aromatic when crushed. It loves high rainfall areas like its native habitat in north-west America.

Abies homolepis

An uncommon, well shaped ornamental fir, not too wide-spreading when young. Pinkish pale grey bark. Dense, dark green shiny needles, white underneath, and dark blue cones.

Abies koreana

A small, very neat tree with leaves that are 1 to 2 cm long. It produces prominent violet or purple cones about 5 to 8 cm long.
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Abies lasiocarpa

A small very ornamental tree which is relatively rare in its native area. It has attractive blue-green needles.
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Abies magnifica

This tree forms the great forests of the Sierra Nevada of California. It has long blue-green needles with purple cones of up to 20 cm long.
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