Trees

White Pine

White Pine

White Pine This elegant, shimmering, long needle tree has adorned the fanciest formal living rooms in the country. It decorates well and allows the lights to shimmer against its branches. Not the best tree for heavy ornaments, but more of a tree for lighter, fancy ornaments. The White Pine will hold heavier ornaments if they are placed further in the tree.
Scotch Pine

Scotch Pine

Scotch Pine Scotch Pine has been the classic Christmas tree for years. It has been the number one seller for over five decades and it still prevails. The economical price and traditional value is the ticket for this tree. It has medium length green needles that are stiff, and it holds ornaments well. The Scotch Pine is one of the most durable trees and displays well in all climates.
Blue Spruce

Blue Spruce

Blue Spruce The Blue Spruce is light blue in color with a short, stiff needle. The Blue Spruce can be a little picky to decorate, but the tradition continues as families enjoy one of the old time favorites. The aroma is delightful and the branches hold ornaments very well.
Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir

The Douglas Fir has a short, dark green needle. It is soft to touch and has the strongest fragrance of any tree. The Douglas Fir has been a favorite for years because of its fragrance and longevity. You will feel like you have the Cadillac of trees in your living room when you put up a Douglas Fir, and you will. They have good, sturdy inner branches to hold the ornaments.
Concolor Fir

Concolor Fir

The Concolor Fir has soft, longer needles unlike any other. This tree has gained in popularity in recent years for its citrus smell and bluish color. It has strong, sturdy branches that are spaced for ease of decorating and holding heavy ornaments. This tree holds its needles extremely well and people prone to allergies like this tree as it appears not to bother them.
Fraser Fir

Fraser Fir

The Fraser Fir has a two-tone needle, the top side is luscious dark green with the underside being a silvery white. This tree has won the hearts of many with its pleasing fragrance and its sturdy branch structure which is excellent for holding ornaments. The needles are soft to touch which makes this a pleasant tree to decorate. Fraser Firs hold their needles well after being cut, keeping that fresh-cut look throughout the season.