ABIES KOREANA



Family: Pinaceae

Normal name: Korean Fir, Silver Fir

Plant Classification: Hardy enduring

Least Height: 4.0 meters

Most extreme Height: 12.0 meters

Bundle Content(approx.): 8

For the initial five years or so this tree develops gradually, it then accelerates to end up one of the quickest of conifers both for tallness and timber volume. This outstandingly nice looking, effortlessly developed and sickness safe tree delivers to a great degree decorative, violet-purple cones even on little trees. It additionally has exceedingly fragrant foliage, which, when smashed, has a solid fruity orange smell. Couple of good fruitful seeds gathered.

SOWING ADVICE: THESE SEEDS HAVE ALREADY BEEN THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND COLD-STORED FOR SEVERAL MONTHS. THEY SHOULD BE SOWN INTO WELL-DRAINED, SANDY COMPOST AT ANY TIME OF THE YEAR, AND COVERED TO THEIR OWN DEPTH WITH SAND OR GRIT. NO ARTIFICIAL HEAT IS NEEDED; THE SEED TRAY IS BEST LEFT IN A COOL SPOT OUTSIDE AND KEPT MOIST. SEEDS GERMINATE VERY SLOWLY INDEED IN THE SPRING AFTER A CHILLING IN THE COLD COMPOST, REGARDLESS OF WHEN THEY ARE SOWN. A few SEEDS MAY TAKE MORE THAN A YEAR TO GERMINATE.
ABIES KOREANA ABIES KOREANA Reviewed by vonteity on 5:18 AM Rating: 5

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