Douglas Fir: The traditional Christmas tree species from Oregon, and has been produced in the Pacific Northwest since the 1920’s, when most Christmas trees came from the forest. The Douglas Fir still remains one of the most commonly used Christmas tree species in the United States.
Noble Fir: Simply the best Christmas tree grown anywhere in the world! Noble Fir is native to the Cascade Range and Coast Range mountains of extreme northwest California and western Oregon and Washington. Today Noble Fir is the most popular Christmas tree in California and the western United States.
Fraser Fir: Grows naturally, only in the southern Appalachians above 3,000 feet. The cool temperatures and large amount of rainfall in the North Carolina High Country are what causes the Fraser Fir Christmas tree to keep its needles throughout the Christmas season.
Grand Fir: Grows from British Columbia inland to Montana and south into northern California. The Grand Fir Christmas tree produces a beautiful, thick foliage and is known for its strong fragrance. The undersides of the branches are silver, presenting a festive tree for decorating.
Nordmann Fir: Originated from the Caucasus Mountains, south and east of the Black Sea in the Republic of Georgia and northern Turkey. The Nordmann Fir has been popular in Europe across the ages and are gaining even more popularity in the United States.
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