Fraser Fir - Known for its pleasant scent, the yellow-green branches of the fraser fir feature a conical shape with branches that angle slightly upward. The branches of the fraser fir are also known for being extra sturdy, making this Christmas tree a great option for heavy ornaments, Christmas garland and holiday decor. Its leaves are needle-like and spiral along the trunk of the tree, giving off a fragrant scent.
Douglas Fir - A douglas fir will make a statement in your home. This fir tree displays a full pyramid shape with blue or dark green leaves that have one of the richest scents of all the Christmas trees. Leaves of this evergreen are flat, soft and tend to grow in bunches. Fun fact, the douglas fir makes up nearly half of all Christmas trees grown in the United States.
Noble Fir - The Noble Fir, often called the “Cadillac” of all Christmas trees has rapidly become one of the most popular Christmas trees. The reason for the Nobles popularity is that it stays fresher longer in the home because of its ability to retain water longer than the Douglas and Grand Fir, it is easier to decorate because of the spacing between the branches, and its natural beauty. A great option for heavy ornaments and a gorgeous blue-green hue.
Nordmann Fir - A Nordmann Fir tree is a great way to create a unforgettable, magical Christmas! Unparalleled in beauty and durability, Nordmann Fir Christmas trees have been popular in Europe across the ages and are gaining even more popularity in the United States. The Nordmann Fir Christmas tree has excellent needle retention, offering you a perfect choice for your holiday decorating needs. The Nordmann fir has a longer lifespan than other firs making it your long lasting, beautifully decorated companion over the holiday season. Today, the Nordmann Fir is favored for its attractive foliage, softer needles, and its resistance to shedding needles as the tree dries.