The Dirty Gardener Pseudotsuga Menzi Menziesii Coast Douglas Fir Trees, 1,000 Seeds
The Coast Douglas Fir is the 2nd largest tree in the world. It is native to the coastal regions of North America. It is considered one of the world's best timber producers and yields more timber than any other tree in North America. The Coast Douglas Fir can reach heights of 250 feet. Soil Type: Deep soils in the coastal belt of Northern California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington. Zones: 4 to 6. Germination Range: 60-80%. Stratification Requirement: None required.
- The Coast Douglas is the 2nd largest tree in the world
- Native to coastal regions of North America
- Grows up to 250 feet tall
- Does best in zones 4 to 6