Wild NCC

Douglas Fir

(Pseudotsuga menziesii)

Douglas-firs are medium to extremely large sized evergreen trees, ranging from 70–330 ft tall. Douglas-firs prefer acidic or neutral soils. The species is extensively used in forestry as a plantation tree for softwood timber. The timber is used for joinery, veneer, flooring and construction due to its strength, hardness and durability.