Balsam Fir Strong branches and soft needles, a straight stem and dense, soft, lush, dark green foliage make this one of the most desirable for use as a Christmas tree. Balsams have the scent that make most people think of Christmas trees! We have Balsams in height from the 4 to 13 foot range.
Fraser Fir (MAKE SURE TO CHANGE IMAGES)
Physical characteristics similar to balsam fir but slower growing with excellent needle retention and good resistance to early spring frosts. These beautiful trees have soft but firm medium to dark-green needles with a silvery underside. The fresh cut aroma lasts and lasts. We started growing Frasers four years ago ranging in height up to 6 feet.
Colorado Blue Spruce (MAKE CHANGES TO THE ABOVE IMAGES)
Classic pyramid shape and very strong branches to support heavy ornaments and good needle retention make this tree a popular choice for many. This tree species color can range from medium green to those beautiful pale blue trees called "shiners". If you don't mind the sharp needles, this makes a great Christmas tree. We have Blue Spruce in the 4 to 9 foot range.