Compared to other varieties of Douglas Firs, the Douglas Fir ‘St. James’ tree grows slower and smaller than most.
Typical uses for this tree include using it for landscaping and Christmas trees.
The cones of this tree provide food for many small animals. Its branches also offer great cover and shelter for birds, squirrels, and chipmunks alike.
History & Lore
In 1826, Douglas Fir ‘St. James’ was originally founded by David Douglas. Many used this tree during World War II to help produce huts and GI's foot lockers.