WHICH CONIFER IS FOR YOU?
is a beautiful pyramidal tree with short, flat, long-lasting aromatic needles. It is soft to the touch, which makes it a favorite of many.
has many similarities to both balsam and Fraser fir in growth and appearance. Uniform, short ascending branches form a tightly pyramidal shape; ¾" to 1½"-long flat needles are lustrous dark green.
is our nation’s most popular Christmas tree. Frasers feature fragrant, sturdy boughs with excellent needle retention and the ability to hold heavy ornaments, which is why so many consider Fraser fir trees to be the perfect Christmas tree.
has stiff branches and two-bundled dark green needles 2" to 3" long that are retained for four weeks. The aroma is long lasting and lingers through the entire season. Scotch pine does not drop needles when dry so it has excellent retention.
retains needles throughout the holiday season but has little or no fragrance and is not a good tree for heavy ornaments. This tree is often sought by people who suffer from allergic reactions to more fragrant tree varieties.