Douglas Fir Christmas Tree: This “Old Fashioned” tree has its origin in the homes of our forefathers. Once a tree cut in the wild with axes, this lush green soft needled tree is now farmed on privately owned reforested tree farms. The tree is sheared yearly to attain that very dense traditionally conical shape we have come to recognize as “The Christmas Tree”
Nobel Fir Christmas Tree: The Cadillac of all Christmas Trees. This majestic, true fir has an upswept naturally layered growth habit. This beautiful tree is known for its silver blue color and its ability to retain its needles.
Fraser Fir Christmas Tree: This true fir has an upswept layered look. The flattened needles vary from 3/4 to 2 1/2 long. The very distinctive dark green upper needle surface creates a unique contrast with its silver to blue under needle. The tree decorates elegantly.
Nordman Fir Christmas Tree: Nordman Fir, Abies nordmanniana, commonly called Caucasian fir or Nordmann fir, is native to the Caucasus Mountains. This is a dense, pyramidal conifer that typically grows to 50′ tall and 20′ wide in cultivation. Branches are densely clad with flattened, glossy dark green needles (to 1 1/4” long). Needles have two white bands underneath. The bark is charcoal gray,