Trees We Offer

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Canaan Fir

The needles of a Canaan Fir range between ½″ and 1″ long. The needles are rigid to the touch and are very fragrant. When the tree is cut and used for display purposes the needles have excellent retention. The color of Canaan Fir varies slightly from tree to tree but is best described as being blue-green. Canaan fir seed source originated from Canaan Valley in West Virginia. Canaan Fir is a cross from Fraser Fir & Balsam Fir. Canaan Fir inherited the denser needles of the Fraser Fir and the pleasing fragrance of the Balsam Fir.

Blue Spruce

These sharp needles are 1" to 1 ½" in length, and are bluish or green. The preferred tree, with any active kitties in the house (kitties that like to climb). Needles have a deep dark woodsy fragrance. This Christmas Tree has good symmetrical form and an attractive blue foliage. It also has good needle retention, with stiff branching for heavy ornaments.

Scotch Pine

Approximately 2" - 3" in length, these needles don't even fall when they're dry, providing excellent needle retention. The color is a bright green. Has great keep-ability and will remain fresh throughout the holiday season. Very little fragrance is emitted from the crushed needles. The lowest cost of Christmas trees as their growing time to harvest time is about 25% shorter than Firs.