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I created this page to show my customers photo's of plants that we have discussed for
possible planting on their property, as well as other landscape  materials such as
masonry, fencing, garden fixtures, etc.  I will also use this page to show different types
of designs you may like for all aspects of the landscape as well as other photo's
pertaining to your landscape.  I hope that it is helpful to you!
Customer's Name
Mr. Dean Larson
                                            Concolor or White Fir "Abies Concolor"

Concolor or White Fir (Abies concolor) is a fir native to the mountains of western North America, occurring at
altitudes of 900-3,400 m. It is a medium to large evergreen coniferous tree growing to 25-60 m tall and with a
trunk diameter of up to 2 m. It is popular as an ornamental landscaping tree and as a Christmas Tree.
It has light-colored bark and silver blue-green needles. Tolerates most soils and drought. Matures at 50' high  
and a 20' spread in the home landscape.   Full Sun is preferable.
I planted this tree in the Spring of 2010.
                                           Concolor or White Fir "Abies Concolor"
                                   Foliage closeup
                                   Blue Atlas Cedar "Cedrus Atlantica Glauca"

The Atlas Cedar is a cedar native to the Atlas Mountains of Algeria (Tell Atlas) and Morocco (in the Rif and Middle
Atlas, and locally in the High Atlas).  Blue atlas cedar is a true cedar, unlike red cedar, which is actually a type of
juniper. It's distinctively colored foliage makes it an interesting choice for planting as a specimen tree.
Blue atlas cedars are slow growing, seldom adding over a foot of new growth in a year. They grow well from
USDA hardiness zones 6 through 9. The tree tends to spread and needs considerable room to grow properly.
The leaves of the blue atlas cedar are sprays of blueish-green to silver blue needles no more than 2 inches in
length and remain on the tree throughout the year.  
Blue atlas cedars grow best in full sun or partial
Soil conditions can be clay, loamy or sandy as long as they are well-draining.  Forty to fifty feet high and
twenty five to thirty feet wide in cultivation.
 I planted the three trees below in the Spring of 2010.
    Blue Atlas Cedar "Cedrus Atlantica Glauca"
Foliage closeup
Blue Atlas Cedar "Cedrus Atlantica Glauca"
Foliage closeup
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