Where Do Fir Trees Grow?

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Fir trees grow best in areas that receive enough light. They also prefer well-drained soil which has slightly acidic pH level. These trees require minimal maintenance except for frequent watering and spring pruning.
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They are most commonly found in cool shaded regions.
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