Abies concolor 'Creamy' / Creamy white fir

aka Abies lowiana 'Creamy'

Abies concolor 'Creamy' is a small, globose dwarf cultivar that becomes pyramidal. Young shoots flush creamy and remain distinct until the end of winter or even the next year.

Introduced in 1991 by Gordon Haddow, Kenwith Nursery, UK (RHS Encyclopedia of Conifers, 2012)

New cream colored growth in spring, becoming variegated by fall, maintained throughout winter. Becomes more conical with age.

Abies concolor 'Creamy' Picture taken of a young plant at Kenwith Nursery, England, showing new growth in May.
Photo by Stephen Grubb