Christmas Trees

Did you know the tree you cut down and take home has been hand pruned and cared for throughout the year? We grow the trees here on the farm for 4 to 5 years before you put it in your home. In addition we contact other growers from North Carolina, Michigan, Wisconsin and Oregon to insure the trees that we bring into the farm are premium quality because we want only the best for your family's Christmas. Our relationship with the other farms we receive our trees from is not just a business transaction. Like everything else we do here we care about the people and the farms that supply our trees and we want to know that they share the same passion about growing the perfect Christmas trees that we have. We hope that every trip you have to our farm is memorable and that you always find the perfect tree.

Virginia Pine Christmas Tree

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Virginia Pine

The Virginia Pine trees we grow are mostly sourced from the Oklahoma Forestry Department. We continue to try other seed sources but find that the pine trees from our own state continue to surpass all other states Pine trees. The Virginia Pine’s branches are stout and woody. The bark is typical for most pines. It forms plates that are reddish brown in color with shallow fissures or furrows. The bark has a coarse appearance. Virginia pine responds well to trimming. And, on Christmas tree plantations their foliage can become extremely dense. Virginia Pine has been the staple for the Christmas tree industry in the south since its inception. Due to the intense demand for planting stock with enhanced Christmas tree characteristics, two genetic improvement programs were initiated. Both were begun in the early 1980’s. One was a Texas Forest Service project and the other was based at Alabama A&M University. In both cases, the respective State Christmas tree associations were major contributors to the effort. This effort has continued in the Oklahoma grown Virginia Pine today. Our Oklahoma Christmas Tree Growers Association continues to work closely with the Oklahoma Forestry Department to continue to improve the quality of the Virginia Pine. After years of progeny tests and selective removal of trees from the seed orchards, growers have Virginia Pine seed sources specifically cultured for Christmas tree production.


Virginia Pine Key Benefits

Oklahoma grown, fresh, choose and cut tree
Strong branches are great for holding ornaments
Holds needles well
Long-lasting pine scent

Available in sizes from 4 feet to 12 feet



Noble Fir Christmas Tree

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Noble Fir

The Noble Fir Christmas tree is one of our more popular varieties. Noble Fir is symmetrical and has a deep bluish-green color. The long needles are four-sided and twist upward leaving the lower surface of the branch exposed. The Noble Fir is dense and grows slower than most other varieties. The Noble Fir Christmas tree is a durable tree featuring dense foliage and a sturdy conformation. The aromatic dense foliage blends ornaments within branches. Long considered an excellent Christmas tree because of its beauty, stiff branches and long needle retention. It is widely used in the greenery business to make wreaths, door swags, garland and other Christmas products.

Noble Fir Key Benefits

The preferred species for durability
Exhibits superior needle retention
Beautiful shape, symmetry and fragrance

Available in sizes from 2 feet (table top) to 12 feet



Nordmann Fir Christmas Tree

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Nordmann Fir

A Nordmann Fir tree is a great way to create a unforgettable, magical Christmas! Unparalleled in beauty and and durability, Nordmann Fir Christmas trees have been popular in Europe across the ages and are gaining even more popularity in the United States. The Nordmann Fir Christmas tree has excellent needle retention qualities offering you a perfect choice for your holiday decorating needs. Impress your guests with the Nordmann Fir Christmas tree that is ensured to look good and stay fresh with proper care. Named after a botanist from Finland, Alexander von Nordmann, who discovered it growing in Georgia, the Nordmann fir has a longer lifespan than other firs making it your long lasting-beautifully decorated companion over the holiday season. Originally a native of Turkey, Georgia, Northern Armenia, the mountains around the Black Sea, and the Russian Caucasus, in recent years, the Nordmann fir has proved an excellent species for growing in Oregon tree farms. Today, the Nordmann Fir is favored for its attractive foliage, softer needles, and its resistance to shedding needles as the tree dries. It has also become a great choice for some families where allergies or sensitivity to the typical Christmas tree aroma is a concern as the Nordmann lacks fragrance. Enjoy a Nordmann Fir this season as the focal point for your families Christmas celebration!


Nordmann Fir Key Benefits

A shiny deep green look
Beautiful shape, symmetry and density
Strong branches are great for large ornaments
Superior needle retention
Low fragrance level

Available in sizes from 4 feet to 12 feet



Fraser Fir Christmas Tree

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Fraser Fir

Fraser fir Christmas trees are the perfect option for those looking to get the biggest and best out of their tree. It’s one of the strongest and long lasting options out there, making it ideal for décor-lovers who have endless amounts of ornaments to fill the branches with. The branches angle slightly upwards, giving the tree a perky, cheery look that’s sure to impress. These trees lack the strong fir smell some people look for in a tree, but make up for it with thick, strong branches and a fullness that’s hard to find anywhere else. They’re easily available and fit well with any décor.


Fraser Fir Key Benefits

A bluish-green look with silvery underside
Classic shape, symmetry and density
Strong branches are great for large ornaments
Superior needle retention
Medium long-lasting fragrance level

Available in sizes from 5 feet to 13 feet



Douglas Fir Christmas Tree

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Douglas Fir

If you’ve grown up with the tradition of having a fresh-cut Christmas tree in your home, it’s likely that at some point you’ve had a Douglas Fir. The Douglas Fir trees have widely been the most popular for Christmas trees in the United States since the 1920s, today being shipped to the majority of states including Hawaii, and also Guam and Asia. A Douglas fir can be identified by its soft, dark blue-green needles that radiate in all directions and its sweet fragrance (we like to describe it as a strong pine fragrance with a hint of orange). This fragrant tree is economical and a season favorite.


Douglas Fir Key Benefits

Long soft blue-green needles and a sweet fragrance.
Resilient and economical species
Excellent symmetry and density
Flexible, medium weight branches make the Douglas Fir customer friendly for transport and set-up
A favorite for display and decoration, branches lend themselves for use as sprays, garland and wreaths

Available in sizes from 4 feet to 14 feet



Balsam Fir Christmas Tree

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Balsam Fir

The Balsam Fir Christmas tree is likely the first option that comes to mind when you begin thinking about holiday trees, even if you’re not aware of it. These trees are immediately noticeable for their conical shape, marking them as the iconic Christmas tree that they are. Their dark green needles are also interspersed with natural hints of silver, which bring a bigger sparkle to your Christmas décor. These hints of color and the tree’s beautiful green shade are why branches of these trees are so often used for wreaths, garlands, and bouquets.


Balsam Fir Key Benefits

A dark-green look with silvery underside
Classic shape, symmetrical pyramid shape
Flexible branches
Superior needle retention
Strong long-lasting fragrance level

Available in sizes from 10 feet to 40 feet
Trees taller than 14 foot must be ordered by March



Blue Spruce Christmas Tree

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Blue Spruce

Blue Spruce remains a popular Christmas tree because of its bright blue color. Branches are stiff and hold ornaments well. Blue spruce needles are quite sharp, so be sure to wear gloves and long-sleeves when handling. While the needles may make the tree hard to handle, some people choose blue spruce to keep pets away from the tree.


Blue Spruce Key Benefits

Beautiful silvery-blue needles
Incredibly symmetrical
Strong branches are great for holding lots of large ornaments
Moderate needle retention
Strong fragrance level

Be aware this tree has very sharp needles

Available in sizes from 5 feet to 10 feet



White Pine Christmas Tree

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White Pine

White Pine is one of two Michigan native conifers commonly used for Christmas trees, along with balsam fir. This is a dense tree with soft, green needles. This tree will require light-weight ornaments. For consumers that have a high ceiling and want a larger tree, white pine can be an economical choice.


White Pine Key Benefits

Blue-green needles
Beautiful shape
Flexible branches
Needles that are soft to the touch
Great needle retention
Good tree for those with allergic reactions to strong pine scents

Available in sizes from 5 feet to 9 feet



Canaan Fir Christmas Tree

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Canaan Fir

Canaan Firs are closely related to Balsam Firs. They look much the same in some aspects but are bigger, heartier, and stronger than their Balsam counterparts. In this way, it’s much like a hearty Fraser fir, effectively making this tree a hybrid of the two other options. Unlike the other two, though, this tree is relatively new to the Christmas tree market, making it difficult to find in some areas. Feature an ideal combination of both Balsam and Fraser firs. Canaan firs are the best of both worlds. They have the heartiness and branch-strength of a Fraser, but the conical shape and rich green needles of a Balsam. However, their smell is milder, and in most areas, these trees will be more difficult to find than both other options.


Canaan Fir Key Benefits

Have bright, rich green needles
Beautiful shape
Strong branches
Medium fragrance level

Available in limited quantity 8 feet tall


 

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