Common name: Korean fir
Origin: Korea, Isle of Quelpaert
Mature height: 2.5 to 3 meters
Hardiness: -15 ° C
Exposure: sunny, partial shade
Plant type: conifer
Flower color: white
Type of soil: deep, rich in humus, cool and well drained
Use: isolated in the garden
Diseases and harmful insects: armillary (fungus).
Seed conservation: 3 years in a dry place protected from light at 3/4 ° C (refrigerator)
The Korean fir offers a pyramidal shape with horizontal branches. It is a small tree with evergreen, dense foliage of a glazed green color on the top. The needles are linear and short (1 to 2 centimeters) at the end wider than the base; they are provided with 2 white bands on the reverse.
The cones are very numerous and particularly attractive. Their ornamental characteristic is a slate-gray or purplish-purple color and have scales with protruding bracts.
This small tree is particularly suitable for a small garden.