Tree Species

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Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir trees are known for their lush, blue-green needles that are fragrant, soft, and about one inch in length. The sturdy branches with symmetrical form have excellent needle retention. Douglas Fir have a strong citrus aroma.

Fraser Fir

Stately Fraser Fir trees have soft, emerald green needles with silvery undersides. The needles are flat, about three-quarters of an inch in length, and have a bottle brush texture. Their strong branches have a wonderful aroma and outstanding needle retention. Spacing of branches allows for easy placement of ornaments.

Canaan Fir

The Fraser Fir of the north! The Canaan Fir has soft needles that are dark green in color and are about one inch in length. The needles often resemble the bottle brush appearance of their southern counterpart, the Fraser Fir, while it imitates the aroma of its cousin, the Balsam Fir. It is increasingly popular as a Christmas tree.

Concolor Fir

Concolor Fir trees have a distinctive citrus aroma. They have soft, silvery blue foliage with flattened needles two to three inches in length. Their stiff branches have excellent needle retention and are great for heavy ornaments.

Balsam Fir

Balsam is native to the Northeast and one of our best selling Christmas trees. It has a distinctive fragrance, strong branches, and good needle retention. Needles are three-quarters to one inch in length. Balsam Fir have excellent branch structure leading to a fuller tree.

White Pine

White Pine have soft, blue green needles about two to five inches in length giving the tree a very full appearance. There is little to no fragrance and is, therefore, considered to be less of an allergen.

Balled and Burlapped

We have White Spruce, White Pine, Concolor Fir, and Canaan Fir trees of various sizes. We have some Colorado Blue Spruce as well if you are interested in that species but it is not currently on our request form. Please fill out our B & B Tree Request Form if you would like to order trees in 2023.