Our Trees

Tree Varieties at the Farm

U-Cut: Noble Fir, Fraser Fir, Grand Fir, Blue Spruce, Colorado Spruce
Fresh Cut: Noble Fir
Live: Vanderwolf Pine

Fraser Fir


  • Dark green, flattened needles that are dark green on top and silvery underneath
  • Pyramid-shaped strong branches which turn upward
  • High needle retention
  • Mild-strong fragrance

Noble Fir


  • Deep, rich green look
  • Soft bluish-green needles with a silvery appearance
  • Evenly spaced stiff branches, great for heavier ornaments
  • Superior needle retention
  • Strong fragrance

Grand Fir


  • Dark green color, large needles are glossy on top with a silvery underside with two lines of stomatal bloom
  • Firm branches
  • Medium-high needle rentention
  • Strong, citrusy fragrance

Blue Spruce

Blue Spruce

  • Dark green to powdery blue color
  • Very stiff needles and branches, good for heavy ornaments
  • Excellent needle retention (will drop needles in a warm room)
  • Medium fragrance

Vanderwolf Pine


  • Distinctive, pyramid shaped tree
  • Long, soft blue-green needles with white undersides
  • A superior selection for lawn specimen and accent
  • Cold hardy — best in moist, well-drained soil
  • Likes wood mulch to keep roots cooler