Answer: Fraser Firs are often grown on Christmas Tree farms. The trees are sheared to keep them small and full. Left to grow naturally, a Fraser Fir can reach 30' - 50' feet tall. The trees like acidic soil and cool, moist growing conditions. They can be kept smaller with annual shearing, but a 4' foot width isn't very realistic. How about a dwarf pine instead?
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