The Noble Fir (Abies Procera ) Christmas Tree’s popularity is nationwide for its rich fragrance, symmetry and beautiful lush green color. Stiff Branches and open growth pattern makes this tree perfect for those larger ornaments that require extra space and bough strength. Noble Fir is native to the Northwest, and their heartiness is like no other tree in its class.
The Grand Fir (Abies Grandis) Christmas Tree, known for its strong fragrance and beautiful thick foliage this tree is the perfect addition to your home this holiday. Its branches have two distinctive rows showing you both the glossy dark green top side and the small white lines on the under sides called stomas all at once. This tree to me is the most fragrant of all the trees we harvest.
The Silver Tip (Abies Magnifica) Christmas tree is native to the high elevations in California. It has long been a favorite since the 1920′s, known on the West Coast as the Cadillac of Christmas trees. The trees slow growth and open growth pattern makes this a holiday favorite for decorating. The name “Silver Tip” refers to the color and placement of the needles. The blue-green color on the tips of the branches is a different color then the interior green of the tree giving the appearance of the silver tipped branch. It has excellent keep ability, and very stiff branched to hold the heaviest of ornaments.
The Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga Mensiesii ) Christmas Tree has been a major Christmas Tree species from Oregon since the 1920s, bring homes the distinctive “pine-like” fragrance “the smell of Christmas” through out the holiday season. Known for their dense symmetrical pyramid shape and bushy soft dark green branches this tree is easily decorated and is able to support a large number of Christmas lights.