How Fast Does a Douglas Fir Tree Grow?


The Douglas Fir Tree grows fairly quickly. The tree grows as fast as two feet per year under ideal conditions. A fully mature Douglas reaches about 70 feet in height. It will take about 35 years for it to reach maturity.
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The Douglas fir tree (Pseudotsuga menisci) possesses a medium rate of growth, which, according to the Arbor Day Foundation, denotes a tree that grows between 13 and 24 inches annually
A fir tree (an evergreen conifer species)
Subspecies: Blue Douglas Fir, Rocky Mountain Douglas Fir, Interior
Well after three years in the right location it might be as tall as 3-5 feet, then it will really take off and may add as much as 3-6 feet a year.
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How Fast Does a Douglas Fir Tree Grow?
Boasting a long, straight trunk and a pyramidal top, the Douglas fir tree grows in pure stands as well as mixed forests across Western North America. Its native range stretches from British Columbia, along the Pacific Coast, through the Rocky Mountains... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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