Momi Fir, Japanese Fir
Large, conical tree.
Full sun and moist, well-drained soils. Seems adaptable to hot environments. May be a superior fir for southern gardens as plants as far south as Georgia and Alabama are growing well.
Large specimen tree.
Leaves are strongly two ranked, appearing like a two sided comb. Individual leaves are about 1.5 inches long and deeply notched at the apex. Stomatal bands
Buds are small and may or may not be resinous.
Dark gray, rough and scaly.
Flowers appear April to May.
Cone approximately 4.5 inches long, yellowish before ripening.