white fir

Definition

Construction

  • Abies concolor. The most important of the true firs, this species is found in a wide range in the western U.S. Northern California accounts for the majority of white fir lumber produced in the U.S. The wood is fine-textured and relatively light. It is used in general construction and for such special uses as moldings and doors. See also inland hemlock-fir.
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