4-6 years old, 5-10 inches tall.
A Christmas tree favorite that is also great as a windbreak.
It can reach 45-75 feet in height at maturity with a spread of 20-25 feet. This tree prefers full sun to partial shade with soils that are acidic, cool, moist, and well-drained. Slightly salt-tolerant.
Its seeds and buds are a food source for grouse, squirrels, mice, and voles. Moose and white-tailed deer use Balsam Fir for food, cover, and shelter.