Evergreen coniferous tree, native to North Africa. It grows to a height of 20-35 m, but grows very slowly. The crown is conical, densely branched. Borka is initially gray and smooth, later brown-gray, scaly and furrowed.
The needles are thick, stiff and flat, densely arranged, 2.5-3.7 cm long, 2-3 mm wide and 1 mm high, dark green above, with two white streaks of vents extending toward the end of the needle, at the ends sharp or jagged.
Numid Fir (Abies numidica) is closely related to Spanish Fir (Abies pinsapo)
Requirements: Requires damp, slightly acidic and well permeable ground, but can handle even worse conditions.
Relatively frost-resistant, long-term severe frosts (below -20 ° C) could bother her. It is relatively sensitive to polluted air.
Location slightly shaded and direct sun.
Tree height (cm): 200/250