During the winter holiday season our warm greenhouses become fragrant with the smell of thousands of fresh cut Christmas trees.
The smell of fir trees is in the air…
Each year the magic of the Christmas Season is brought to life when our warm greenhouses become filled with a variety of fresh fir trees. We have classic Noble Fir trees with their strong branches (great for heavier ornaments), nice fragrance, and color variation. The distinct appeal of the Fraser Fir trees with their shorter needles, silvery undersides, and tremendous fragrance. And the favored Nordmann Fir trees known for their attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp and do not drop readily when the tree dries out.
Europe’s most popular Christmas tree, the Nordman Fir is known for their attractive full foliage, nice symmetry, strong branching, and great needle retention. Their needles aren’t as sharp and don’t drop when the tree dries out, making it a wonderful choice with safety in mind. This tree has a low fragrance level, so the smell of coco and cookies can fill your house!
The Noble Fir is one of the most popular Christmas tree varieties. Loved for its stiff, sturdy branches and great needle retention. The open branch structure makes the Noble Fir exceptional for displaying prized ornaments. The noble fir also possesses a great symmetrical shape and is dressed with slightly colored, blue needles that adds a frosty winter look.
The Fraser Fir has shorter needles with slightly turned up branches, great needle retention, and is dark blue-green in color. The unique silvery undersides to the branches, gives the tree a shimmery, dusted with snow, appeal. The most favored feature of the Fraser fir is the tremendous fragrance that fills your holidays with the fresh pine scent all season long.