Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga taxifolia

In the native garden, a douglas fir, now fifteen fifteen feet tall, was a seedling from a tree at our other house, pictured below.

This old growth douglas firs rose fifty feet to the first branch and climbed another hundred after that. It was 54 inches in diameter at the base in 1999.

Even bigger western red cedars and douglas firs grow up the highway from the garden in Mt. Rainier National Park.