Pseudotsugas do not do as well onas on others. They are planted in April.
Pseudolsuga glauca fletcheri, 3 ft., a dwarf tree, with greyish-green needles.
P. taxifolia (syn. P. douglasii) (Douglas fir), 100 to 200 ft., a tall specimen tree for the large garden, but is also adaptable forand screens; if planted closely a tall, dense screen is produced very quickly.