When you visit our tree farm, you will not only have a large number of trees to choose from, but you will also have a large variety of trees from which to select. Each tree has different characteristics, including color, fullness, and needle length. On this page, you can view pictures of each variety of tree grown on our farm. By clicking on the image, you can see a close-up of the tree's needles.

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Scotch Pine:

This is generally a very full tree, with medium length, stiff needles. A great tree for hanging ornaments!

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Eastern White Pine:

If you like trees with soft needles--the Eastern White pine is your best option. A beautiful tree with lots of space for lights and ornaments, and best of all--no needle pokes!

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Southwestern White Pine:

The Southwestern White Pine is a beautiful tree that has soft bluish-green needles that are 2.5 to 3 inches long. This tree differs from the Eastern White Pine in that the branches are stiff enough to hold larger ornaments.

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Canaan Fir:

The Canaan Fir is a short needled tree known for it's wonderful fragrance and excellent needle retention. The soft needles are usually green to blue-green in color.

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Concolor Fir:

As a Christmas tree, the Concolor Fir has silvery, blue-green, 2-2.5 inch needles. In addition it has a natural shape and excellent aroma with outstanding needle retention. Needles are soft and branches are strong enough to hold medium sized ornaments.

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Douglas Fir:

Douglas Fir have soft green needles that are 1 - 1 1/2 inches long. This tree has a natural cone shaped growth habit and with light trimming makes a beautiful Christmas tree. It also has a very pleasant fragrance that can be enjoyed throughout the Christmas season.


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