Native to the Northwest, Nobles are often considered the quintessential Christmas tree. It naturally grows into a traditional pyramid form and has strong branching, plus that signature spicy aroma.
Looking very similar to a Noble fir, Nordmanns have a solid reputation for outlasting every other species of cut tree indoors.
Another species native to the Northwest, Doug Firs have lighter-duty branches with very soft needles and a mild, sweet fragrance. Because they are fast growers, they are also among the least expensive cut trees.
The quintessential Charlie Brown Christmas Tree and native to the Northwest, Wild Nobles are left to grow naturally, which leaves more space between the branches.
A new introduction for 2018 is a limited quantity of organically grown Noble Firs. Like the Wild Nobles, they are left to grow naturally, which leaves more space between the branches.
Another native and favorite in the Northwest, Grands are by far the most fragrant tree. They have a very full form with lighter-duty branches that are best suited for lights, garlands, and lighter ornaments.
Native to the Appalachian Mountains, Frasers have strong branches that turn upwards slightly, making it the most compact of the cut trees. The deep blue/green needles are silver on the bottom and give off a light, pleasant fragrance.