Get to know your preferred species

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Fraser Fir

  • The Fraser fir is dark blue-green in color, has strong branches that turn slighly upward
  • Uniformly pyramid-shaped, narrow in shape, will fit perfectly into smaller spaces 
  • Good form and needle-retention
  • Foliage is very dense
  • Needles emit a very nice scent
  • Most popular Christmas tree species (combination of form, needle retention, color, and scent)

Scotch Pine

  • The Scotch Pine provides excellent needle retention (even when dry the needles do not fall)
  • Bright green in color, the Scotch Pine with its stiff branches, is the most common Christmas tree
  • Excellent longivity
  • Sustainable - abaptable to variety of soils making it easy to replant (in your yard perhaps?) 
  • Maintains freshness throughout Christmas season 

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Douglas Fir

  • The Douglas Fir needles extend in all directions from the branch
  • The soft needles have a pleasant scent and when compressed, omit a sweet scent - this fragrant aroma is one of the best amongst its cohort of species
  • Dark green or blue green in color
  • Good conial shape

Balsam Fir

  • The Balsam Fir is lush, sturdy and dark green in color
  • Attractive form with pyramidal crown and slender spire-like top
  • Long lasting needles that are short and flat, may be rounded or notched at the end 
  • Preserves robust yet pleasant fragance 

White Spruce

  • The White Spruce has short, stiff needles  
  • Good needle retention, excellent for holding onto oraments 
  • Bluish-green in color 
  • If needles are crushed, it radiates an unpleasant aroma 
  • Shape is natural to a traditional Christmas tree

Virginia Pine

  • The Virginia Pine is stout with short, stiff, twisted needles
  • Bluish-green in color, this species responds well to trimming 
  • With its long, spreading branches, foliage can be quite dense
  • Forms a picturesque crown of gnarled and intertwined branches 
  • Finer texture and small to medium in size