Abies koreana (Korean Fir)
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Location: Often grown in gardens since it is generally rather small and bushy and produces cones freely from a young age, making a very decorative small tree.
Leaves are shorter than most silver firs, 10mm to 25mm with blunt notched tips and bright white undersides.
Pollen and Seed Cones
Both male and female cones are produced in May, males on shoots all over the tree and females 2cm to 5cm on upper branches.
Mature cones are 5cm to 8cm long and are usually covered with white resin.