Our usual selection includes:
- Canaan Fir
- Douglas Fir
- Concolor Fir
- White Pine
- Norway Spruce
(see the descriptions at the bottom of the page)
All our trees are priced the same, regardless of size or variety. Trees are $47.17 plus 6% sales tax, so your total cost per tree is $50.00. That’s it, no hidden costs!
Prices on dug trees vary. Contact us for more information.
We supply everything you need, including the tags and saws. And, yes, we drill your tree for a Stand Strait™ tree stand (again, free of charge as long as the tree is purchased here), net your tree for easy handling, and we can even help with light-weight rope to keep the tree secure on the trip home.
- Canaan Fir: This tree is similar to the Frazer fir, but bred to grow in this area. Its needles tend to be about one inch in length and have the bluish cast and similar growth patterns of the Frazer. Relatively new to the Christmas tree industry.
- Concolor Fir: These small, narrow needles are around 1"–1½" in length and occur in rows. They have good foliage color, good needle retention, and a pleasing shape and aroma (citrusy!)
- Douglas Fir: These soft needles are dark green–blue green in color and are approximately 1"–1½" in length. The Douglas fir needles radiate in all directions from the branch. When crushed, these needles have a sweet fragrance. They are one of the top major Christmas tree species in the U.S.
- Scotch Pine: Approximately 1" in length, these needles don’t even fall when they’re dry, providing excellent needle retention. The color is a bright green. The most common Christmas tree in the U.S., the scotch pine has an excellent survival rate, is easy to replant, has great keep-ability and will remain fresh throughout the holiday season.
- White Pine: The largest pine in the U.S., the white pine has soft, flexible needles and is bluish-green in color. Needles are 2½"–5" long. White Pine’s have good needle retention, but have little aroma. They aren’t recommended for heavy ornaments.
- Colorado Blue Spruce: Often used for stuffing pine-pillows, these sharp needles are 1"–1½" in length. This species is bluish-gray in color and has a bad odor when needles are crushed. This Christmas tree has good symmetrical form and has an attractive blue foliage. It also has good needle retention.
- Norway Spruce: Native to the great Baltic conifer forest of northern Europe, this tree has shiny dark green foliage with needles about ½" in length. The rich foliage can exhibit good needle retention with proper care.