How Fast Does a Douglas Fir Tree Grow?

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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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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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