In addition to the spelling silver firis also the spelling white for the trivial names-fircommon.The botanists bezeireckon her as Abies alba.It can reach a maximum height of 50Meters can be reached. The growth can be classified asDescribe conical and upright.
Pollination as well as needlework
Abies alba is monoecious. There are both foreign populationsexercise as well as wind pollinationin front. The needle-shaped leaves are arranged individually and have a triangular leaf shapeto show a smooth leaf margin. The light green coloring can be seen as characteristicFeature of the pine cone definish.
Abies alba prefers a sandy to clayey soil with a significant nutrient content. Ahigh humus contentalso gratefully accepted.The silver fir can be considered relativefrugal kind definieren.It grows in both sunny and shady locations.
The silver fir isto be found on the entire European continent. That is probably duedue to the already discussed undemanding nature of thisConifer. In Bulgaria sicHthe kindPrepared to an altitude of up to 2900 meters. Inthe last few years has beenthe silver firsome locations at renewedAfforestationReplaced spruce trees. Thereforen are die stocksfrom Abies alba in decline.
Abies alba woodis excellent for building veneeren, boxes,Masts and furnitureapplicable.To the PaThis conifer is also suitable for making piercing.In theWood industry as well as inthePulp industrythe silver fir enjoysthereforeto ein a high beliebbness. It is abouttherefore it is an excellent type of useful tree. The silver fir is suitablesomitgood forr a profitable oneForestryLocations with difficult soil conditions.
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Abies albaSilver fir
|827 01||North Sea coastal area
|827 02||Northeast German lowlands and
Lower Saxony inland
|827 03||Central and East German low and
Hill country except Niederlausitz
|827 04||Lower Lusatia|
|827 05||West German mountains and
Upper Rhine Graben
Northeast Bavarian low mountain range
|827 07||Bavarian and Upper Palatinate Forest|
|827 08||Black Forest and Albtrauf|
|827 09||Swabian-Franconian Forest|
|827 10||Rest of southern Germany|
|827 11||Alps and Alpine foothills,
|827 12||Alps and Alpine foothills,
high montane level