The cork fir is also called rock fir and rock fir. The species name is Abies lasiocarpa. It can grow heights of up to 50 meters and widths of up to 20 meters. The cork fir impresses with its various growth forms. Examples include specimens with an upright and conical growth and cork firs with a broad and rounded tree crown.
Pollination as well as needlework
Abies lasiocarpa is monoecious. It is an evergreen conifer. The cork fir is available with a blue and with the dark green needle dress known from other conifers. The crumbling cones can be defined as a special feature. You can inspire the viewer with a dark brown color scheme. In addition, the common name cork fir indicates the cork-like bark texture.n.
To the delight of the forester, Abies lasiocarpa cannot be defined as a demanding conifer. It can easily cope with poor soil variations. The cork fir can easily be planted on humid and loamy soils. Similar to the common spruce, however, this is a shallow root. Therefore you should choose an extremely deep soil variation.
The cork fir is found in the coastal and western Canadian and American states. In the north of the distribution area the so-called nominal form Abies lasciocarpa var. Lasiocarpa can be found. Another variant of the cork fir can be found in the Rocky Mountains and Arizona. It goes by the name of Abies lasiocarpa arizonica. Both variations can be found in the coastal and mountainous regions within the distribution area.
Abies lasiocarpa inspires forestry experts in particular with two possible uses. The wood of the cork fir is often used to make paper products. Abies lasiocarpa also makes an important contribution as a Christmas tree to the peaceful end of the year. In warm trees it inspires with a slim growth and the lemony scent brings a very special note to your room. We offer several young Christmas tree plants and are there for you all year round with Christmas advice. Together with you, we will find the right young Christmas tree plants for your needs.