Nordmann fir

Abies nordmanniana

Abies nordmanniana, better known as Nordmann Fir, is native to the Caucasus. This conifer is particularly...
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Abies nordmanniana, better known as Nordmann Fir, is native to the Caucasus. This conifer is particularly distinguished by its harmonious pyramidal port and its regular branches arranged in stages. Its needles are persistent, supple and not pungent, a beautiful deep green silver lapel.

The Nordmann Fir can be planted in the garden where it will bloom in mid-shade, in a fresh soil, deep and rich in humus. It should be watered regularly during the months following planting. Abies nordmanniana is very hardy, tolerant of summer drought and can withstand temperatures of -30 ° C in winter. In summer, the Abies nordmanniana will be adorned with a multitude of brown-reddish cones, very decorative. Adult size, this majestic tree can reach 20 to 30 meters in height and it will be the most beautiful effect in isolated subject to the limits of a vast ground.

The Nordmann Fir is also widely used as a Christmas tree. Indeed, it is particularly resistant to the temperature of our homes, where it can stay several weeks without losing its superb.


  • Common name Nordmann fir - Caucasian fir
  • Family Pinaceae
  • Genre Abies
  • Number of species 50
  • Origin Caucasus
  • Category conifers
  • Height 20/30M
  • Spread 10/15M
  • Foliage evergreen
  • Hardiness -30°C
  • Position Sun, partial shade
  • Use isolated - shrubberry - alignment
  • Soil rich and well-drained
  • Habit pyramidal
  • Earth to use universal potting soil
  • Enemies adelge
  • Possible diseases armillaria
  • Copyright image Boland F.
  • Date of last repotting 03/19


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