Abies amabilis ‘Snoqualmie Pass’

Abies amabilis ‘Snoqualmie Pass’ is a Pacific silver fir broom located near Snoqualmie Pass in the Cascade mountain range and inaccessible once the snow falls! It was harvested on November 10, 2019 on the way back from an overnight trip to Seattle. The broom is flat and saucer shaped, measuring 27 inches in width and 4 inches high. The growth rate is 1/2 to 1 inch per year.

Abies amabilis 'Snoqualmie Pass' is flat, about 4 inches in height, and saucer shaped.
Abies amabilis ‘Snoqualmie Pass’, flat and saucer shaped.
Newly discovered Pacific Silver Fir broom, Abies amabilis 'Snoqualmie Pass' , posing for future landscape placement!
Abies amabilis ‘Snoqualmie Pass’ broom, posing for future landscape placement!
Abies amabilis 'Snoqualmie Pass' broom
Abies amabilis ‘Snoqualmie Pass’ broom
Pacific fir 'Snoqualmie Pass' broom, just harvested, November 10, 2019.
Abies amabilis ‘Snoqualmie Pass’ broom, saucer shaped and flat
Abies amabilis 'Snoqualmie Pass' first summer, 2020
Abies amabilis ‘Snoqualmie Pass’ first summer, 2020