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Abies fraseri 'Kline's Nest'

Frazier Fir

Kline’s Nest Frazier Fir (Abies fraseri ‘Kline’s Nest’) is an evergreen conifer. A dwarf form of Frazier Fir, it will reach only about 4 feet tall within 10 years. It takes its name Kline’s Nest from its low, spreading habit, producing branches that grow outward and slightly upward at a 45 degree angle. Its needles are short and dark green, and the fir-typical, purple seed cones grow upright on the branches. The fir species grows best in cool, mountain climates, and may not tolerate hot, humid summers.


Zone_4Zone_7 4 to 7

Water_use_3 Average

Exposure_2Exposure_3 Part Sun to Full Sun

Height 4' 0" (1.2192 m)

Width 6' 0" (1.8288 m)

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