Veitch’s fir is a evergreen, coniferous species of tree that grows at a fast rate to mature heights of 80 to 100 feet (25 – 30 m); with a narrowly conic crown and horizontal branching.
The bark is smooth, light grey in colour and the Shoots are pubescent, with short brown hairs.
Needle-like foliage and flattened, measuring 0.4 to 1.2 inches (1 – 3 cm) long and 0.08 inch (2 mm) broad. They are glossy dark green above with two conspicuous bluish white stomatal bands underneath, and notched at the tips. The foliage is dense and points forward along the shoot, with the inner leaves being shorter and more erect than the lower leaves.
The Seed cones are purple-brown in color, with a cylindrical shape, measuring 1.6 to 2.8 inches (4 – 7 cm) long, tapering slightly. The cones are upright and have slightly reflexed yellow-green bracts.
This one is created as an Umbrella shape, 2metres in height with 150cm wide x 1metres high