The fir tree is a plant of European origin, which grows best in mountain areas with a climate that is cool in summer and very cold in winter. If you want to cultivate a fir tree in your garden, choose a variety that doesn’t grow too high and possibly one that can stand the heat, and in any case position it in a place where it is protected from heat and direct sunlight in summer, and where it can receive the rain and wind.
It is an evergreen plant, that as an adult likes the rain; however, it requires watering during the summer period and after planting and especially for young specimens, which do not have a sufficiently developed root system. There are dwarf varieties that can be grown in pots, but remember to keep the soil in the pot constantly moist, especially during the hot season. Generally, fir trees should never be pruned because pruning causes ungainly growth in the plant.