Fresh Cut Trees

Tree Yard

Fraser Fir

A native of North Carolina, this tree has dark green color, soft silvery needles, and fresh-cut aroma.  The needles stay on well and are easy to clean up if some do fall off.


Scotch Pine

Plantation grown and nurtured

Using modern techniques, the Scotch Pine is the hardiest

Christmas tree grown and one of the most popular.   Good shape, fragrance, and resistant to needle  drop.


Douglas Fir

Nursery grown trees from the Mid-west make old-fashioned Christmas trees.  Great ornament trees and very fragrant, but

Douglas Fir trees tend to drop needles faster than others.


Grand Fir

This tree produces a beautiful, thick foliaged and is known for its strong fragrance. The undersides of the branches are silver, presenting a festive tree for decoration.



Blue Spruce

This Christmas Tree has good symmetrical form and has an attractive blue foliage. It also has good needle retention.


Black Hills Spruce

Black hills spruce have excellent color and have a very traditional Christmas tree appearance. Branches are stiff and hold up well to ornaments.