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What kind of tree is this? (some kind of evergreen)

Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by Lynden-Jeff, May 8, 2008.

  1. Lynden-Jeff

    Lynden-Jeff LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,405

    Need to replace one of these, not sure exactly what type. Can anyone put in some input.


  2. Firefighter337

    Firefighter337 LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 373

    That friend looks like a douglas fir. I could be wrong. Maybe a closer pic of the needles.

    How tall is it?
    How wide?
  3. mdvaden

    mdvaden LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,944

    At first glance, I'd say it looks like the form of a Douglas fir.

    The one behind it on the left, could be the same, but almost looks like it has a bit smaller needles similar to a spruce.

    But the ones closest to the camera - my guess is Douglas fir.
  4. YVI

    YVI LawnSite Member
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    Colorado spruce
  5. yamadooski

    yamadooski LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 434

    Looks like a Christmas Tree to me.... :)
  6. ppl

    ppl LawnSite Member
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    It looks like a fir or a spruce. If you grab it and firm it is a spruce. If you turn the needle over and it has two white line and one dark green line down the middle it is a Concolur fir. That is my two cents
  7. Lynden-Jeff

    Lynden-Jeff LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,405

    What do you mean grab it and firm it? Any other suggestions?
  8. Premo Services

    Premo Services LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,516

    It is a Norway Spruce. Looks like a blue spruce but no blue.
  9. PerfectEarth

    PerfectEarth LawnSite Bronze Member
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    That's not a norway.... I think it's a Nordmann Fir- slim, layered branching with space in between. Pretty sure.
  10. ppl

    ppl LawnSite Member
    Posts: 82

    if the needles are firm or hurt when you grab the tree branch, generally it is a spruce tree what type of spruce I do not Know. Take a branch and a picture to a good nursery and they can take it from there.

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