The Noble Fir is one of the most popular trees in Southern California known for it's ability to retain water and therefore lasts longer.
The needles turn upward, exposing the lower branches. It is easy to decorate because of the spacing between branches and it's natural beauty.
Nobles are native to the Siskiyou Mountains of Northern California and the Cascade and Coastal Ranges of Oregon and Washington.
Douglas Firs are still a very popular tree in California. Their soft needles are dark green-blue in color and are approximately 1 - 1 1/2 inches in length. The needles radiate in all directions from the branch. When crushed, these needles have a sweet fragrance. They are one of the top major Christmas Tree species in the U.S.
Douglas Firs are native to Central California, Western Oregon and Washinton, parts of the Rockies and extends north to Alaska.
The Grand Fir's popularity is growing fast in Southern California. They have the best frangrance of all the Christmas Trees and will have your home smelling like a forest.
The Grand Fir is a very full tree with 1" to 1 1/2" needles that are horizontally spread so that both the upper and lower sides of the branches are visible.
The Grand Fir is native to northern California, Oregon, Washington, Montana and British Columbia.
Fraser Fir's are the #1 selling tree in the U.S., largely due to their iconic Christmas Tree shape, lush dark blueish-green needles and their pleasant scent. Their branches turn slightly upward, making hanging ornaments easy.
The Fraser Fir has been selected to be the official Christmas Tree of the White House Blue Room more often than any other tree.
The Nordmann Fir is the #1 selling tree in Europe and quickly gaining popularity in the U.S. They are known for their attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp and do not drop readily after the tree is cut.