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Douglas Fir

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Douglas Fir

Douglas fir trees rise like massive pillars toward the sky, their deeply furrowed bark and soft needles a backdrop to the landscape I call home. They can live 1,000 years and grow over 300 feet tall. I marvel at their ability to thrive in many landscapes and to endure drastic environmental changes over time. They  remind us that we can best adapt to the future when we understand and embrace our roots. Other names: Tseudotsuga menziesii, common douglas Identifying Douglas fir: Douglas fir is the most common evergreen tree in the Pacific Northwest and Southern British Columbia. It can take the...

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