Abies fraseri typically start flowering in April.
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Abies fraseriAlso Known As - Southern Fir
Seed Propagation,Seed Propagation,Seed Propagation,Cutting,Grafting Propagation,Layering Propagation,Tissue Culture
No flowers, Brown Flowers
full sun,part shade,filtered shade
Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) should be watered once every 2 weeks in the spring and summer. In the fall and winter, Fraser Fir should be watered only when the top few inches of soil become dry (around once a month). Water thoroughly until water runs out of the drainage holes. It is important to check the plant's soil moisture levels before watering to ensure that the soil doesn't become too wet.
Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) plants require full sun to thrive and will benefit from at least 6 hours of direct sunlight each day. This species usually does better in cooler climates, where it will receive partial or filtered light for the remainder of the day. It is important to remember that during the summer months, when the days are longer, Fraser Fir can still become stressed from too much exposure to sunlight, especially when temperatures are very high. To avoid sunscald or other damage, make sure to give your Fraser Fir some shade in the afternoon or on particularly hot days.
Pruning should generally be done in late winter or early spring, when the Fraser Fir tree is dormant. Otherwise, it is best to prune in the summer. Pruning should be done lightly, taking no more than 10-15% of the tree's foliage away. This will allow the tree time to heal and put its energy into new growth and development. If you have to prune more than that, divide it up over several years.