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snowflake Varieties of Christmas Trees Available at Battenfeld's

Fresh-cut and cut-your-own Christmas trees are plentiful. Call ahead to determine hours & availability. Ask about saws, baling, carts and rope. Visit our gift shop featuring handmade wreathes. The big and busy Battenfeld Christmas Tree Farm is located near Red Hook, and reachable from the Red Hook exit of the Taconic State Parkway.

 

Balsam Fir Christmas Tree Balsam Fir
As a Christmas tree, balsam fir has several desirable properties. It has a dark-green appearance, long-lasting needles, and attractive form. It also retains its pleasing fragrance. Nine to ten years in the field are required to produce a 6-7 foot tree.
Blue Spruce Christmas Tree Blue Spruce
Blue spruce is finding increasing popularity as a Christmas tree as a result of its symmetrical form and attractive blue foliage. 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 leads many consumers to use blue spruce as a living Christmas tree, to be planted after the holiday season.
Concolor (White) Fir Christmas Tree Concolor (white) fir
As a Christmas tree, white fir has good foliage color, a pleasing natural shape and aroma, and good needle retention.
Douglas Fir Christmas Tree Douglas Fir
The Douglas-fir has been the major Christmas tree species used in the Pacific Northwest since the 1920's. During the following 40 years, nearly all trees were harvested from forest lands. Since the 1950's, the transformation from growing trees in the wild to culturing them on plantations has been dramatic. Today, few trees come from forest lands.
Fraser Fir Christmas Tree Fraser fir
As a Christmas tree, the combination of form, needle retention, dark blue-green color, pleasant scent and excellent shipping characteristics has led to Fraser fir being a most popular Christmas tree species. North Carolina produces the majority of Fraser fir Christmas trees. It requires from 7 to 10 years in the field to produce a 6-7 feet tree.
White Pine Christmas Tree White Pine
For Christmas trees, sheared trees are preferred, although some people feel shearing results in trees too dense for larger ornaments. Needle retention is good to excellent. White pine has very little aroma, but, conversely, is reported to result in fewer allergic reactions than do some of the more aromatic species. To produce a 6-foot tree requires 6-8 years on good sites.
White Spruce Christmas Tree White Spruce
As a Christmas tree, white spruce has excellent foliage color, short stiff needles and a good natural shape. Needle retention is better than some of other spruce species.

Trees depicted are intended to be representational only, to illustrate certain generic gualities of each species. Photos by courtesy of National Christmas Tree Association.

 

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