We all want a tree that is fresh, and will last past our Christmas festivities. To help ensure this, get the tree into water as soon as possible after we cut it. After you get the trunk in water, the water level should be monitored in the first few hours. Do not let the water fall below the base of the tree. The tree should be continually monitored for freshness. If the needles seem dry or fall off when a branch is touched, the tree should be removed from the house.
A very popular tree. The needles are flat, 2” to 3” in length and light green in color. Pleasing natural shape and aroma, with good needle retention.
The old fashioned traditional Christmas tree with short needles and the branches are great for hanging heavy ornaments. Needles are soft to touch and have a sweet fragrance. One of the most popular trees.
Beautiful, fragrant needles and lateral branching. Sturdy branches will hold heavy ornaments. Traditional Christmas tree shape.
Branches can hold heavy ornaments. The deep green 1” needles are preferred by many. The back of the needles are silver blue in color. Good needle retention.