Our Christmas tree types

Fresh buds on a frasier fir christmas tree

Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri)

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. 

Detail of Canaan Fir from our cut your own Christmas tree farm

Canaan Fir (Abies balsamea)

 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.

Detail of a young Corkbark fir or “subalpine fir” from our cut your own christmas tree farm.

Cork Bark Fir (Abies lasiocarpa)

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. 

Detail of a young Turkish Fir in our cut your own christmas tree farm

Turkish Fir (Abies bornmuelleriana)

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.