The Nordman Fir is a beautifully dense, symmetrical Christmas tree with glossy green foliage and strong branches. The shiny needles are soft to touch making it ideal for all family members to decorate. The Nordman Fir is a low needle drop tree and if kept watered, will stay as fresh as the day it was cut.
The Fraser Fir
The Fraser Fir Christmas Tree is pyramid shaped with dense and soft foliage. The flattened, dark green needles with broad silvery white bands on the lower surface, give a silvery appearance, and a pleasant scent. The narrow pyramid shape, with strong branches that turn upward make it ideal for those with limited space wanting a truly beautiful Christmas Tree.
The Lodgepole Pine
Similar in appearance to Scots pine with a conical shape, Lodgepole Pines have excellent needle retention, till way after Christmas in most cases. Heavily fragranced with a very pleasant smell best described as a spicy orange. Longer needles and more upright than Fir and Spruce, they have very individual shapes, choose one that fits your decor and setting.
The Norway Spruce
The Norway Spruce Christmas Tree is probably what most people think of as the traditional tree. With its own unique scent, feel and shape these trees will remind you of a traditional Christmas. The needles are mid to dark green and a bit prickly to touch, but the strong branches make it an ideal tree to decorate.
The Canaan (Silver Fir)
The Canaan fir is an attractive medium-sized tree with many similarities to the Fraser fir in appearance, it has a pleasant fragrance. It exhibits a relatively dense, pyramidal crown with a slender spire-like tip that often imparts a formal appearance. Foliage color is lustrous dark green to bluish green with silvery stomatic bands on the underside of the needles. Needles generally are two-ranked, ¾ -1 ½ inch long and are spreading and uncrowded on the branch. On some trees, the needles tend to be shorter and curved upwards so as to cover the upper sides of the twigs.