I spotted this huge witches broom the other day in a White Fir. It is about 5" in diameter. The bottom of it looks pretty dead, but lots of green around the top area. The tree itself does not look to healthy, so will assume it has a parasite or something attacking it. The needles on the broom growth are tiny and I would love to have a tree or two from cuttings of the broom. Is the only way to do that grafting? What can you graft a cutting to? I'm assuming only fir, maybe Douglas Fir? Anyway, a very cool spotting and thought I'd share. If someone knows a good grafter, I could get some cuttings and send them for grafting. I would pay of course. Thanks!