Concolor (White) Fir is a stately evergreen with a symmetrical shape, long, soft needles and an attractive, silvery blue-green color. The tree is similar to Fraser and Douglas Firs and it grows in an almost perfect pyramidal Christmas tree shape when young, with horizontally tiered branches.
The Concolor's short, flat, soft needles are silvery blue-green both above and below, although the undersides may have a whitish bloom. The needles have a slight citrus smell when broken. The smooth gray bark develops attractive deep, irregular furrows and irregular, flattened scales on mature trees.
Concolor Fir is native to the western United States, but it grows well across the country.