Christmas Tree Descriptions:
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Balsam Fir is a native of Wisconsin and is truly a superb Christmas
tree. The needles are singly attached and form a very soft
feather-like spray of foliage. The lovely green color, and fragrant, fresh-cut aroma, make it
one of the most desirable trees on the market.
Douglas Fir is a truly beautiful tree. The
needles vary from green to blue-green color and are soft to the touch.
Moderately strong boughs weep gracefully when hung with ornaments.
is a genetic cross between the Fraser Fir and Balsam Fir, with
characteristics from both trees. The dark green color and soft needles have
a silvery underside similar to a Frasier Fir. The fragrant, fresh-cut aroma,
make it one of the newest desirable Christmas trees.
White Spruce is a native
Wisconsin tree. The blue-green foliage is very attractive and makes a good
Christmas tree. The strong branches are excellent for holding ornaments and
it is the most fragrant tree.
Blue Spruce is truly a
beautiful tree. Needle color ranges from dark green to powdery blue. The
strong branches are excellent for holding ornaments, but the needles are
very picky to the touch.
White Pine is a native of
Wisconsin and made Wisconsin famous in the old logging days. The soft long
needles that have a blue-green color with just a hint of white make this
tree a favorite of pine buyers. Moderately strong boughs weep gracefully
when hung with ornaments. Years of meticulous shearing create a beautiful
tree that stands straight and retains its needles throughout the Christmas
(short & long needle) has always been a
favorite Christmas tree. It is a bushy, full tree that has stiff, flattened
green to blue-green colored needles in bundles of two. The Scotch Pine was
imported from Europe for Christmas tree raising and has many varieties.
Cedar has fan-like glossy
leaves. Its fragrance and lacy leaves make this a desirable tree for
decorative purposes and a Christmas tree for some.