Scotch Pine

pinus sylvestris

The Scotch Pine is famous for it’s dense, fragrant foliage and excellent needle retention. America’s most popular Christmas Tree for many years, it’s stout branches hold decorations well.

White Pine

pinus strobus

The long soft needles give the White Pine a very distinctive appeal. Popular as a Christmas Tree with limber branches, it calls for light ornaments and a careful hand when decorating. Native to eastern forests, White Pine makes an excellent, fast-growing landscape tree.

Fraser Fir

abies fraseri

The combination of its dark blue-green color, pleasant scent, and excellent needle retention makes the Fraser Fir one of the most popular choices as a Christmas Tree. Density ranges from full to open and natural. Shapes range from wide to slender, giving its decorator unlimited possibilities.

Blue Spruce

picea pungens

As a result of its symmetrical form and attractive blue foliage, the Blue Spruce is finding increasing popularity as a Christmas Tree. The species has an excellent natural shape and requires little shearing. Additionally, needle retention is among the best for the spruces. Its popularity as an ornamental tree leads many consumers to use the Blue Spruce as a living Christmas Tree to be planted after the holiday season.

Norway Spruce

picea abies

The Norway Spruce’s short, dark green needles and natural conical shape makes a striking addition to your landscape. It is faster growing than a Blue Spruce and is also nearly deer proof. This tree works well as a windbreak or screen.