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Fraser Fir

Fraser fir has grown in popularity by leaps and bounds over the past 20 years, and for good reason.  Fraser fir has soft blue-green needles with silvery undersides.  The branches are stiff and hold up well to ornaments.  The trees have a pleasant scent and needle retention is excellent.

Balsam Fir

Balsam Fir is a traditional Christmas tree species in much of the United States.  It has a dark green appearance, long lasting needles, attractive form, and a strong characteristic Christmas tree scent.

Concolor Fir

Concolor fir has long, bluish-green needles.  The needle color provides the initial attraction, but the big draw for this species is the strong, citrus-like scent of its needles and excellent needle retention.  It is becoming a more popular Christams tree choice.

Canaan Fir

Canaan fir is closely related to Fraser and Balsam fir and is often described as a hybrid between those species.  It's not, but it does combine many of the characteristics of Balsam fir with the improved needle retention of Fraser fir.

Black Hill Spruce

Black hills spruce are known for their traditional appearance.  The needles are shorter and softer than Colorado blue spruce.  Black hills spruce needles have excellent color, typically a gray-ish green to bluish-green.  Branches are stiff and hold up well to ornaments.  This tree has gained popularity in the last few years.

Colorado Blue Spruce

Colorado blue spruce is a popular choice because of its bright blue needles and symmetrical form.  It has the best needle retention among the spruces.  Branches are stiff to hold heavy ornaments.  Needles are hard and sharp which will help to keep small children and pets at bay.