Grand Fir Christmas Tree

Grand fir Christmas trees are often chosen because of their unique beauty and absolutely wonderful scent. They are beautiful, thick foliaged trees that attain their shape early and have lustrous, shiny, dark green needles. The needles are blunt and notched on the end with two white bands on the lower surface. This gives the tree a "silvery" appearance. The needles spread horizontally in 2 distinct rows and are 1-1/4 to 2 inches long. The branches appear flattened because of their arrangement on the twigs. They are known to be very tolerant of cold temperatures, however, as is the case with our other tree species, they will not survive long if they are frozen after they have been cut.

Grand fir are cultured annually and will last 3-4 weeks with proper care after being harvested.