Types of Trees

Silvertip Fir

Silvertip Fir

Also called Red Fir (Abies Magnifica), the Silvertip has very strong branches that grow in symmetrical layers, with large spaces in between. It earned its name due to the silver color at the tips of the branches. Good choice for those that have large ornaments.

Silvertip Fir

Nordman Fir

Really beautiful, usually very dense kind of tree. It has a “wet” look, with shiny green needles on the top and a touch of silver on the bottom. Has minimal fragrance but does not shed its needles.

Silvertip Fir

Fraser Fir

Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) is a very popular Christmas tree on the East Cost and in Europe. It has strong branches that grow upwards and has medium density. Has a good fragrance and an intense green color on the top of the needles with a silver tone underneath. It’s a very durable tree, with great needle retention. It has been chosen to be the Christmas tree for the White House nine different times.

Silvertip Fir

Grand Fir

It’s known for its superior fragrance. It has a beautiful cone shape and a beautiful shiny “wet” look. Sheds a bit more than the others species.

Silvertip Fir

Noble Fir

It’s famous for its beauty, becoming the most popular Christmas tree for the last two decades. Has strong branches, medium fragrance and needles are deep green to deep blue-green. It does not lose a lot of needles.

Silvertip Fir

Douglas Fir

Beautiful cone shaped, dense and ‘bushy.” The needles have a light green color and it has medium fragrance. It’s a fast grower.