Fraser Fir 26 April 2016 878 0 0 The Frazier Fir is very popular and makes an excellent Christmas tree. It has a slender profile with soft dark green needles and a blue underside. It is very Fragrant with excellent needle retention. Concolor Fir 26 April 2016 18922 0 0 White fir, also commonly called Concolor Fir, is native to the western and is an excellent ornamental tree and is often used in cemeteries as a contrast to darker-colored evergreens. Balsam Fir 26 April 2016 380 0 0 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. Spruce 26 April 2016 379 0 0 The Spruce variety has short powdery blue green stiff needles and branches. The Spruce is known for its beautiful perfect conical shape and is excellent for hanging heavy ornaments. White Pine 26 April 2016 390 0 0 The largest pine in the U.S., the White Pine has soft, flexible needles and is bluish-green in color. Needles are 2½ – 5 in. long. White Pine’s have good needle retention, but have little aroma. They aren’t recommended for heavy ornaments. Douglas Fir 26 April 2016 421 0 0 The Douglas Fir is among the finest Christmas trees – full bodied with long soft fragrant needles and superior needle retention. It’s traditionally one of the most popular trees in the Northeast.