Balsam Fir Transplant
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Balsam Fir Transplant
Balsam Fir Transplant
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Balsam Fir Transplant

Balsam Fir Transplant

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    10 transplants
    30 transplants
    50 transplants
    100 transplants
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Abies balsamea 

Balsam fir is a small to medium sized coniferous tree, a popular choice for Christmas trees. The seeds and buds are food for birds including grouse, squirrels, mice and voles. Moose and white-tailed deer use the balsam fir for food, cover and shelter.

3 yr. old transplants, 8-14”

* Bundles of 10 qualify for Mix & Match discount, see Conifer Transplants collection for more information.

Growth Rate: Slow (less than 12”/yr.)

Soils: Loam, Clay, Sand

Moisture: Moist 

Shade Tolerance: Full to Shade

Mature Height: 45-75 ft

Mature  Spread: 20-25 ft

Deer Damage Potential: Low

Origin: Native

Uses: Christmas Trees, Lumber, Wildlife, Windbreaks, Reforestation

USDA Plant Fact Sheet (PDF)


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