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Christmas Tree Species

Fraser Fir

The Fraser Fir is best tree overall. Short, dark green needles with a silvery-blue underbottom makes this a stunning tree to behold and its fragrance is like that of a Balsam Fir. It will hold its needles until way past the New Year. Most of our wreaths are made from this premium quality tree and one year I kept mine up until June following Christmas...even though the needles had turned brown by then, they were almost all still attached! Your Fraser tree or wreath will still look and smell fresh on the day you take it down (you still need to water it!).

Douglas Fir

The Douglas Fir sports medium length green to greenish-blue needles and is very soft. With a pleasant piney fragrance that's not overpowering its a great addition to anyone's home and will hold its needles until past Christmas.

Grand Fir

The Grand Fir is my personal favorite! Long, dark green needles with a natural gloss on top that looks like its sprayed on but is not...its produced by the tree itself. The underbottom is silvery-blue. The most outstanding characteristic of the Grand Fir is its citrusy fragrance that has wowed customers since we started featuring this tree. With good needle retention, the Grand Fir will last through Christmas.

Concolor Fir

The Concolor Fir, or White Fir as some call it, stands out from all the other fir trees by being the blue sheep of the family. Diverging from the usual green conifer color, the Concolor has long blue needles and like the Grand Fir, a citrusy smell. If you are the kind of person who likes to swim upstream, having a Concolor in your house will definitely fit the bill!


If you are allergic to normal Christmas Trees and have been forced to go the unfortunate route of buying artificial, then the good news is that there is far less allergic reaction to the Concolor than normal conifers.


Why isn't it called a "blue fir" instead of white or concolor? Answer: so that we Christmas Tree Farmers and our help don't confuse them with Blue Spruce.

Canaan Fir

(insert Canaan Fir image here) The Canaan Fir is the first cousin to the Fraser Fir. Their needles are soft and short and are usually between medium and dark green on the top. On the underside, however, the needles are silverish-blue.

Blue Spruce

The Blue Spruce is a beautiful tree featuring dark to bright blue medium length needles. It's the "porcupine" of Christmas Trees because its needles are very sharp...but its limbs are very strong meaning it can hold the most and weightiest of ornaments & lights without sagging. The Blue Spruce has fair needle retention and we don't start offering them until after December to insure they last through Christmas.





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Tree Lot Hours

From the day after Thanksgiving until Christmas Eve! Monday - Saturday from 9 AM to 8 PM. Sundays from 9 AM - 6 PM.

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