An unusual Korean fir that grows slowly to 5-6 ft tall and less wide. The branches shoot out at erratic angles, making the plant very bushy. The silver under the leaves is slightly visible. Coning appears all over the tree after some age. The cones are quite blue in color. Originally called 'Zwergform Weustmeyer' but is now named 'Lippetal' after a German town.
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