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Balsam Fir

Balsam fir (Abies balsamea) is a species of tree in the family Pinaceae, native to North America. It reaches from 15 to 20 m high and trunk more than 60 centimeters in diameter.

The needles are flat with two white stripes underneath. The branches are in the shade needles in two horizontal rows while those exposed to the sun have all around the stem.

It is in the Canadian province of Quebec that the tree reaches its most northerly latitude, reaching in the Ungava N. 58 °. It accommodates almost all habitats, but prefers a cold climate. This is the strongest of all conifers, and individuals are of perfect beauty.

Odor: Strong Length: ++
Needles: number: + Retention: Medium
Color: Green  

Cook Fir

Cook fir tree is robust and particularly appreciated for the good smell it releases as well as for its green color, slightly bluish. Cook fir branches, like that of Fraser fir, have a double row of needles.

Odor: Average Length: +++
Needles number: ++ Retention: Excellent
Color: Blue-green  

Fraser Fir

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Odor: Low Length: +
Needles number: ++ Retention: Excellent
Color: Bluish green  


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