Pseudotsuga menziesii

Douglas fir

Earth’s third tallest tree species. Douglas firs are known for their bark, which looks white when young and develops deep grooves as they age.

Evergreen and everlasting

Douglas firs are native to North America and live up to 1,000 years. Firs grow up to 330 feet, and have long needles and scaled cones.

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Home to many

Numerous animals rely on Douglas firs for survival, from the threatened spotted owl to the red tree vole.

Natural icon

A quintessential figure of the American West, the Douglas fir can be found everywhere from Mendocino to Yosemite.

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