Norway Spruce: One of the most widely planted spruces, both in and outside of its native range, the Norway Spruce is used in forestry for timber, paper production, as well as an ornamental tree in parks and gardens. It is fast growing and can put on two feet of height each year. The Norway Spruce is also widely planted for Christmas trees as they maintain stiff branches which are able to hold heavy ornaments.
Blue Spruce: Despite its limited natural range, the blue spruce is able to grow under a wide variety of conditions and, in spite of its mature size, is considered highly desirable as a landscape plant due to the unusual blue-gray color of its foliage.
Concolor Fir: Concolor or White fir is a popular Christmas tree and is great for Christmas decoration due to its soft, long needles, and citrus-like scent.This spectacular looking tree is also highly regarded by landscape designers as an ornamental tree. It is a moderately fast growing tree with blue-green needles, and a thick, full and bushy profile.
Douglas Fir:The Douglas Fir is the most popular and abundant Christmas tree. The needles are forest green in color, medium length and soft. It prefers sun or light shade, moist, well drained soil and is found in its native habit on the rocky mountain slopes.
White Pine: The eastern white pine has the distinction of being the tallest tree in eastern North America. White pines prefer well-drained soil and cool, humid climates, but also grow in boggy areas and rocky highlands. The white pine has soft, flexible needles, and is most commonly used for landscaping.
Serbian Spruce: The most graceful of all spruces, the Serbian Spruce offers thin arching branches with a slender trunk. The needles are light-green to blue-green and tend to be very prickly. Serbian Spruce serve as great ornamental trees for the outdoors. With its beauty and adaptability, it is ideal for home landscapes, privacy screening, buffer strips, and business complexes.
Fraser Fir: Fraser Fir is commonly selected and a very popular Christmas tree. Its narrow thin shape, strong limbs, and extremely soft needles make it one of the best trees for family's with young children and pets.