Douglas Fir



  • noun
    (written as Douglas fir)
    a North American softwood tree widely planted throughout the world, and producing strong timber.


  • Pseudotsuga taxifolia. A coniferous softwood found throughout the western United States and Canada and grown abundantly on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains in Oregon. This tree produces a strong, durable timber that is widely used in general construction as well as in finish applications.