Beautiful cone shaped, dense and ‘bushy”. The needles have a light green color and has medium fragrance. It's a fast grower.
More about Douglas Firs: Douglas-fir is the common name applied to coniferous trees of the genus Pseudotsuga in the family Pinaceae. The Douglas-firs gave 19th century botanists problems due to their similarity to various other conifers better known at the time; they have been classified in Pinus, Picea, Abies, Tsuga, and even Sequoia. Because of the distinctive cones, Douglas-firs were finally placed in the new genus Pseudotsuga (meaning "false Tsuga") by the French botanist Carrière in 1867. The common name honours David Douglas, the Scottish botanist who first introduced the tree into cultivation in 1826. Douglas is known for introducing many North American native conifers to Europe. The hyphen in the common name indicates that Douglas-firs are not true firs; i.e. they are not members of the genus Abies.