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Common Name: East Himalayan Fir      Latin Name: Abies spectabilis      Size: 35 (min) to 100 (max)
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Abies spectabilis
Origin: Asia Minor, Northern India
Maximum Height: 100 feet

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Category: EvergreenTree
Family: Pinaceae
Genus: Abies
species: spectabilis
Origin: Asia Minor, Northern India
Size: 35 (min) to 100 (max)
Size Description: Large tree 52' +
Characteristics: star rating Winter Interest star rating Dry Soil Tolerant
Texture: Coarse
Availability:star ratingNot Available
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Full Sun Tolerance:star ratingstar ratingstar ratingstar ratingstar ratingPerforms WellSee other plants that like full sun.
Part Shade Tolerance:star ratingstar ratingstar ratingAverage Performance
Deep Shade Tolerance:star ratingDoes Not Perform Well
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Location: Cambridge University Botanic Garden 1 Brookside Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom CB2 1JE [Latitude: 52.191589733333300 Longitude: 0.125540633333333] Specimen: 2036
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Abies spectabilis
Location: Cambridge University Botanic Garden
Photo Credit: Brandan Jones
Season: August 2012
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