This attractive fir tree has the common names of “Momi Fir” or “Japanese Fir”
It forms a densely branched tree with shiny deep green needle-like foliage.
Mature trees can produce elongated cones that turn from green to brown as they age.
Being a, very large tree it is best suited for large gardens, parklands or large estates.
Although a cool climate tree, this one can manage warmer climates and humidity.
While performing best in rich soil, they are tolerant of most soil types provided they are well drained.
They prefer an open sunny position.
Momi is the Japanese word for fir and is an important timber tree in Japan