Tree Facts

Fraser Fir

Fraser Fir is a uniformly, pyramid-shaped tree. Needles are flattened and dark-green. The combination of form, dark green color, strong branches and pleasant scent has led to Fraser Fir being one of the most popular Christmas tree species. Excellent needle retention.

Scotch Pine

Scotch Pine is known for its dark green foliage and stiff branches, which are well suited for decorating with both light and heavy ornaments. It has excellent needle retention characteristics. The needles all vary in length, ranging from 2-3 inches. Color also varies between medium to dark green. Excellent needle retention.

White Pines

Similar to Scotch Pines although the branches will not support heavy decorations. White Pines have excellent needle retention.

Canaan Fir

Canaan (pronounced “Ka-naan”), is a relative newcomer to the Christmas tree market. It has many similarities to both Fraser and Balsam Firs in growth and appearance. Good needle retention.

Douglas Fir

The Douglas Fir has been the major Christmas tree species for many years. The Douglas Fir is still very popular with good branch strength and pleasing form. Good needle retention.

Colorado Blue Spruce

Colorado Blue Spruce, or Blue Spruce, is an attractive tree often used for Christmas trees. Needles are a bit sharp, but the branches are quite strong and will hold larger (heavier) ornaments. Good needle retention.

Norway Spruce

The Norway Spruce is a very attractive looking tree with short needles. They are sharp with a very dark green color. The Norway Spruce will not hold needles as well as the other cut trees will so 2 to 3 weeks is all we recommend inside.