Tree Types


Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir

A Douglas Fir is a beautiful Christmas tree with soft shiny green needles. It is a popular tree due to its symmetry and density. Douglas Fir tends to be the most economical tree and it holds up well during handling and shipping. It is one of the most popular Christmas tree species in the country.


Noble Fir

Noble Fir

The Noble Fir is deep blue/green in color and has unusually lovely branch shape. Boughs of this tree are often made into fresh wreaths. Its branches are sturdy yet the needles are not too sharp to decorate easily. Many people like the Noble Fir for its good spacing between branches, long needle retention, fragrance, and beautiful shape. A cultured Noble Fir Christmas tree is dense and grows slower than most other varieties.


Nordmann Fir

Nordmann Fir

Nordmann Fir is a fairly new type of Christmas tree in America but has been used for many years in Europe, and is one of the most commonly grown Christmas tree species in Germany and Norway. These trees have beautiful soft shiny needles with a deep green color laid out in even rows on the twig. They are very durable so they last exceptionally well, usually keeping well into January. Because the branches are evenly spaced and very strong, they are perfect for showing off special large or heavy Christmas ornaments.

This species will undoubtedly become one of the most sought after Christmas trees over time as word really gets out. Our first Nordmann Fir were planted in 2008 and will be ready for harvest in 2015.


Grand Fir

Grand Fir

Grand Firs are known for their lustrous needles and wonderful distinct fragrance. This fir is distinguished by its spray of dark green needles in two distinct rows, making both the upper and lower side of the branches visible. The lower side of the needles has a silvery color that makes for beautiful lighting.