(Aka Abies grandis)
There are two varieties:
(1) The taller Coast Grand Fir, which is found west of the Cascade Mountains, and
(2) The shorter Interior Grand Fir, which is found east of the Cascades.
1. For a complete and detailed description of this tree, click here.
2. It was first described in 1831 by David Douglas
3. The tree typically grows to 40–70 meters tall. According to R.S. Sherman, "it seems to thrive best when occupying a subordinate position in a forest formation."
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