What do Douglas-fir cones look like?
What do Douglas-fir cones look like? Needles are yellowish-green, 1-inch-long and arranged in a spiral around the branchlets, like a bottlebrush. Cones are oblong, 2 to 4 inches long with three-pointed bracts and are located primarily in the upper crown. What do fir tree cones look like? Fir Tree Identification […]Continue Reading