Douglas-fir is a conifer native to North America. It is an evergreen tree, similar to fir and spruce. It grows very fast and is considered the second tallest tree in the world after redwood. In ideal conditions it grows to a height of up to 90 m.
Requirements: a half-shady habitat suits her best, in later life even full sun. She likes higher humidity. However, it can withstand a longer period of drought.
It is suitable for nutritious, deep and clay soil.