Felt fir is a type of fir from the west of North America occurring at high altitudes.
It is a medium-sized tree growing to a height of 20 meters, with a trunk diameter of 1 meter and a very slender conical crown.
The bark of young trees is smooth and gray with resin blisters, becomes rough and cracked over time, and scales can also form on it. The leaves are flat, acicular, 1.5 to 3 centimeters long, gray-green with a wide stripe at the top and two blue and white strips at the bottom. The cones are upright, 6 to 12 centimeters long, dark black-violet, with tan-brown hairs, maturing to brown.
Soil deep, prefer lighter and fertile with constant moisture. It is fully frost-resistant, long winter, continental but mountain climate.