Leaves are needle like, 1.5-2" long, all one color (bluish) and are curving upward and outward from the stem. Longer than most firs.
Cones are green at maturity. Held upright, 3-5", falling apart on the tree. Generally very high up in the tree and you will not find them laying on the ground unless the squirrels are having fun. They like to drop them when mature and collect them for winter.
This is a shot of the young immature female cone.
other firs for sure. But not the Spanish fir.
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