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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Different types of trees grow at different rates. Softwood types will normally grow faster than hardwoods given the same conditions.
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.
The growth rate of any plant depends on site conditions and maintenance, as well
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How Fast Does a Douglas Fir Tree Grow?
No newly planted tree grows fast enough to please a gardener, but the Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) is no slow Joe. A mature Douglas fir is one of the tallest and most majestic trees on the planet, a true giant that shoots up to scrape the sky in a... More »
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