White fir 20 PCS fresh seeds. Abies alba

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White fir, or comb fir, or European white fir, or European fir (Latin: Abies alba) is a tree; a species of the genus Fir of the Pine family (Pinaceae).
Fir is a fairly common coniferous beauty, it can be found in any corner of the world. It belongs to the pine family, the plant is monoecious, dioecious. It is widely used for landscaping of park areas and homesteads. It differs from its counterparts by a special fastidiousness to the growing conditions. In the northern regions of our vast country, it takes root with great difficulty. It is common in Central and Southern Europe, where it feels perfect. Thanks to this areola of growth, it received another name – European fir.
This is an evergreen coniferous tree with smooth bark of a gray-silver hue. With age, the bark becomes more rough and cracks. The shape of the crown also depends on the number of years. Young fir has a pointed crown, similar to a pyramid. By the middle years, it becomes oval-pointed. In adulthood, the shape of the top is blunted. Branches from the trunk grow horizontally, slightly raised up.
The needles are dark green with two white stripes on the bottom, shiny, of small length-2-3 cm. On the twigs, the needles are arranged in the same plane, comb-like. The ends of the needles are blunt. Young cones have a green color. When ripe, they acquire a dark brown color, sometimes with a red tint with protruding scales. The shape of the cones is oval-cylindrical. The size is about 16 cm.
White fir "Pyramidalis" has a cone-shaped shape. In a single landing, it looks particularly impressive. This is a slow-growing tree. It reaches a height of 5 meters in 30 years. It grows in sunny places and in partial shade. Prefers a humid climate zone. Fir is susceptible to dry frosty winds and spring frosts.
The best time to plant seedlings is spring. The pit must be prepared in the fall by adding humus, peat and sand. In size, it should correspond to the volume of the root system together with the earthen lump. It is best to buy fir grown in a container. So the roots are least damaged during planting and take root better.
In the first year of rooting, the plant does not need top dressing. Then you can use special fertilizers for coniferous species. Adult plants that are more than 10 years old do not need to be fed at all.
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