Our most popular Christmas tree. Traditional looks with, soft, flat, fanned needles and a pleasant mild fragrance. The top of the needle is a rich green with a blue-gray bottom.
Very similar look to a Fraser fir, with a slightly stronger fragrance . They are often regarded as a natural hybrid between Fraser and Balsam firs. Named after one of its natural localities, the Canaan Valley in West Virginia. They make wonderful Christmas trees.
Also called a Subalpine fir These are a new addition to our field but unfortunately not yet ready for harvest. We believe they will be a hit once they grow a bit more.
Another new species in the field that is also too young for harvest. With rich green waxy looking needles that radiate from the stem. These firs are low-fragrance and will likely be a great choice for those who suffer from allergies. We feel they will be a fantastic addition once they are ready to be cut.