Pseudotsuga Menziesii is a tall, large tree up to 50-70 m, occasionally reaching a height of 100 m. The trunk is straight and slender, up to 1-3 m in diameter. In a dense forest, the trunks are 2/3 cleared of branches. It has a pyramidal shape, becoming disheveled with age. The cones are oval, wider at the base, rounded or pointed at the top, purple when young, becoming yellowish-brown when ripe, slightly hairy. Seed scales protrude from under the coverts. Cones ripen in the first year in August-September. Winter-hardy, shade-tolerant, prefers well-drained, deep clay soils, sufficiently moistened. The increase in natural conditions is up to 1.2 m per year, in central Russia - up to 40 cm. Essential oils of pine needles have anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, analgesic, expectorant, diuretic and diaphoretic effects. It is also an energetic stimulant, improves sleep and eliminates neurosis. Pseudotsuga is used in single and group plantings, as well as in alleys. Pseudotsuga tolerates cutting, and is one of the most successful options for high evergreen hedges. Lives for a long time, known pseudotsugs, whose age exceeds 1000 years.