Often, Douglas Fir Green ‘British Columbia’ can be easily spotted due to its very distinct cone shape compared to other conifers. It is also known as one of the biggest trees in the world.
Typical uses for this tree include being used as a forest filler and lumber.
The Douglas Fir Green ‘British Columbia’ tree provides food for many small animals such as birds, squirrels, chipmunks, and mice. Bears can be found enjoying the sap of the tree. Owls have been known to use older firs as cover and shelter.
History & Lore
The Douglas Fir was used by many Native Americans to create buildings, make baskets, and produce medical remedies such as for curing stomach aches and headaches.