Japanese Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga japonica)

Japanese Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga japonica)

Set of scaled dimensioned drawings of the Japanese Douglas Fir viewed from the front and top
Description
Description

The Japanese Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga japonica) is a rare slow-growing tree also known as ‘Togasawara in Japan, which is its native homeland. It grows in sheltered valleys and steep ravines with temperate forests on silicate volcanic substrates. It is also planted in parks and gardens as an ornamental tree. This monoecious evergreen conifer tree has a longitudinally fissured, dark brown bark turning gray as the tree matures. The shoots are pale yellowish brown while the spirally arranged needles can be linear, straight, or slightly curved. It has the smallest seed cones. Wood from this tree is used in construction and also in making furniture.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

Japanese Douglas Firs have a typical overall height between 65’-82’ (20-25 m) and spread diameter of 26’-33’ (8-10 m). Exceptional mature Japanese Douglas Fir trees may grow to heights of 100’ (30 m) in the wild. The trunk of the Japanese Douglas Fir has a diameter of 16”-28” (.4-.7 m) with needle-like leaf lengths between .5”-1” (15-25 mm).

3D Model
3D Model
Common Questions
Common Questions
Japanese Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga japonica)
Details
Details

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Height:
65’-82’ | 20-25 m
Width:
26’-33’ | 8-10 m (Spread)
Depth:
16”-28” | .4-.7 m (Trunk)
Length:
.5”-1” | 15-25 mm (Needle)
Height (Exceptional):
100’ | 30 m (Max)
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Scientific Name:
Pseudotsuga japonica
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Drawings include:

Japanese Douglas Fir front elevation, plan view

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False hemlocks, scientifically known as Pseudotsuga, are a genus of coniferous trees closely related to true hemlocks (Tsuga) but distinct in several key aspects. Known commonly as Douglas firs, they are native to North America and parts of Asia, flourishing in various habitats.

70’-200’ | 21.3-61 m (Typical)
15’-35’ | 4.6-10.7 m (Spread)
47”-79” | 1.2-2 m (Trunk)
.75”-1.5” | 19-38 mm (Needle)
Douglas Fir
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Douglas Fir
98’-131’ | 30-40 m
26’-36’ | 8-11 m (Spread)
31”-39” | .8-1 m (Trunk)
.75”-1” | 19-25 mm (Needle)
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Chinese Douglas Fir
65’-82’ | 20-25 m
26’-33’ | 8-10 m (Spread)
16”-28” | .4-.7 m (Trunk)
.5”-1” | 15-25 mm (Needle)
Japanese Douglas Fir
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70.000
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Japanese Douglas Fir
49’-82’ | 15-25 m
20’-39’ | 6-12 m (Spread)
20”-59” | .5-1.5 m (Trunk)
.5”-1.25” | 13-32 mm (Needle)
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Bigcone Douglas Fir