Fraser Fir
Photo: courtesy of Steven E. Clemants, NCTA
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Fraser Fir

But the up and comer all along the east coast is the Fraser fir. "It's sort of a cousin to the balsam fir—very, very attractive needles," says Roger, referring to the bluish silver underside found on the branches of this species. Frasers also have good needle retention.

A Fraser’s needles are typically 3/4 of an inch long with a shiny dark green top and silvery bottom.
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