Our trees are exclusively sold fresh pre-cut and choose & cut.
Despite its stiff needles, the Blue Spruce is becoming more common as a Christmas tree. While the color may vary from green to bluish green, it is a very symmetrical tree, with a top rated needle retention.
A natural cross between Balsam Fir and Fraser Fir. Has fragrance similar to Balsam. Has excellent needle retention.
The Fraser Fir is the most popular tree and has dark green flattened needles and a top rated 5 of 5 needle retention. Features: nice fragrance and strong branches, which turn upward.
The White Spruce is one of the most common American Christmas trees. Its stiff bluish green needles are ½ to 1 inch long. Although it has little fragrance, it is prized for its very full symmetrical shape.
The White Fir tree (also known as Concolor) has a natural and pleasing shape, with blue green needles 1/2" to 1" in length. This tree is prized for its citrus fragrance. Needle retention is good: 3 out of 5.