Pseudotsuga menziesii 'Graceful Grace'

Graceful Grace Douglas Fir

Vigorous, sturdy branches drape uniformly from each whorl of this compact weeping tree. Its long, dark green needles, highlighted with an interesting, glaucous cast, radiate outward around the stems and create a lush, full appearance. The hardy, dependable, Pseudotsuga menziesii ‘Graceful Grace’, found by Albert Ziegler about 1969 in York County, Pennsylvania, was named for his wife Grace. The original tree, which was planted at Masonic Homes, was destroyed in 2002, but a replacement has been planted there in Albert’s memory by his two sons and grandson.

Garden Size: 25’H x 15’W

Large: 15+”/year

Broad Upright

Zone 5



Full Sun

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