Trees by Feature

Trees with 'Lemon'

Abies concolor

Abies concolor (Colorado Fir)

Abies concolor

Also known as: White Fir

Native: Colorado, Arizona, southern California, Utah and Mexico

Location: Grown in collections and gardens but rare, the variety ┬ź6N:Abies concolor var. lowiana┬╗ being more common.

Foliage

Leaves are rather long, and produce a strong lemon smell when crushed.

Pollen and Seed Cones

Abies concolor

Cones open in late April. Male cones are round and yellow, females are yellow-green, about 25mm long.

Mature Cones

Abies concolor

Mature cones are 8cm to 12cm long and may be dark purple or bright yellow-green.