- Balsam Fir is a native of Wisconsin and is truly a superb Christmas tree. The needles form a soft feather-like spray of foliage. The green color and fragrant fresh cut aroma make the Balsam Fir one of the most desirable trees on the Christmas tree market.
- The Canaan Fir is a genetic cross between a Balsam and Fraser Fir. They have dark green to bluish green needles with silver bands on the underside and are generally about 3/4 to 1-1/2 inches long and has characteristics similar to both Balsam and Fraser Fir. On some trees the needles tend to be shorter and curved up.
- Fraser Fir have their needles arranged spirally on their twigs but twisted at the base to spread in two rows. The needles are 1/2 - 1 inch long and are dark green with two silver bands on the bottom. Fraser Fir needles hold extremely well throughout the holiday season.
We also have 3 - 4 foot table top Fraser Fir trees complete with a stand.
We offer a wide selection of wreath sizes and shapes, all beautifully decorated and made with Balsam or Fraser Fir.