Commonly known as ‘Wintergold White Fir’, develops stunning brilliant winter colour. Needles are initially vibrant chartreuse colour ans then softens down to more of a buttery yellow. Hardy and tough enough to stand up to full sun, the broadly conical tree develops brilliant winter colour.
Typical rate is (10 – 15 cm) per year, resulting in a final size of 1 metre tall and 70 cm wide, this 3 L specimen is 30 cm high and has a spread of approximately 20 cm. Needs well drained moist soil of sandy, loam or clay. Likes to be in a sunny spot with some wind shelter.