A White Fir, Abies concolor, is a North American evergreen conifer.
It can be found in moist, shady areas near streams and in forests. The tree's bark is thin and grey and its needles are flat and blue-green. White Fir cones are long and slender, with scales that have a white fringe. These trees are typically 50-70 feet tall, but can grow up to 100 feet high.
The best time of year to see White Firs is in the winter when their branches are covered in thick blankets of snow. These beautiful evergreens add a touch of magic to the landscape during the holiday season. If you're looking to see a White Fir in the wild, head to North America!