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Douglas-Fir
Pseudotsuga menziesii

Native to the Pacific Northwest, this tree is an important source of wood for construction. Pulp from this tree is used to manufacture paper. Its seeds and needles are eaten by wildlife. Bears have been known to eat new wood and inner bark in spring. It is the source for utility poles and cultivated for Christmas tree sales.

Growth Habit:Evergreen tree
Bloom Time:Mid-spring
Presence in US:AZ CA CO ID MN MT NJ NM NV NY OR PA TX UT WA WY
Presence in Canada:AB BC
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