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Douglas Fir – Pseudotsuga taxifolia

Excepting the great sequoias of California, Douglas Fir is the most gigantic tree of the Pacific forests. Under best conditions, it ordinarily reaches 180 to 190 feet in height and from three and a half to six feet in diameter. These massive trunks, clear of branches for 80 to 100 feet are straight and with only a slight taper.

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