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Abies Balsamea Balsam Fir. Habit & Size Has a slender & conical shape Grows to be 50-60 feet tall & 20-30 feet wide Has a slow growth rate Hardiness Zone 3. Abies Balsamea Balsam Fir. Leaf Arrangement Up to 1 inch long dark, shiny green needles with 2 white stomatal lines

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abies balsamea balsam fir
Abies BalsameaBalsam Fir

Habit & Size

  • Has a slender & conical shape
  • Grows to be 50-60 feet tall & 20-30 feet wide
  • Has a slow growth rate
  • Hardiness Zone 3
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Abies BalsameaBalsam Fir

Leaf Arrangement

  • Up to 1 inch long dark, shiny green needles with 2 white stomatal lines
  • Have a balsam smell
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Abies BalsameaBalsam Fir

Flowers & Fruits

  • Monoecious & inconspicuous
  • Have 3-4 inch long brown resinous cones that shatter soon after maturing.
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Abies BalsameaBalsam Fir

Bark

  • Dull green bark that becomes grey with age. Is smooth with resinous blisters.

Sources:

http://oregonstate.edu/dept/ldplants/abba.htm

http://www.hort.uconn.edu/Plants/a/abibal/abibal1.html

http://www.uwgb.edu/biodiversity/herbarium/gymnosperms/abibal_bark01web400_gf.jpg