Fraser Fir Christmas trees

Fraser Fir is native to the East Coast of the United States. Fraser Fir Christmas trees have become the staple quality benchmark Christmas tree of the East Coast much like Noble fir is the benchmark for quality as the West Coast Christmas tree.

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Fraser Fir is native to the East Coast of the United States. Fraser Fir Christmas trees have become the staple quality benchmark Christmas tree of the East Coast much like Noble fir is the benchmark for quality as the West Coast Christmas tree. Fraser fir Christmas trees have needles that have a dark silvery-green underside, which is very attractive and gives the tree a unique two-tone shimmery look.  The Fraser fir Christmas tree’s sturdy branches will hold heavy ornaments, and needles are retained for a long time indoors if the tree is kept watered.

Properties

Needle Retention
Excellent 100%
Needle Softness
Excellent 100%
Branch Strength
Excellent 80%
Fragrance
Normal 80%
Density
Excellent 80%

Fraser Firs are often referred to as the “Rolls Royce” of Christmas Trees. Fraser firs are famous for their two tone needles. Each needle has a dark green top with a silver underside. With a stiff branch, soft needles, and pleasant aroma Fraser Firs are a treat to decorate. The best thing about Fraser Firs is that their needle retention is excellent.

Detailed Prices

It requires Fraser Fir Christmas trees from 7 to 10 years in the field to produce a 6-7 foot tree
Size Price
3- 4” $34.99
5 – 6” $54.99
6 – 7” $62.99
7 – 8” $77.99
8 – 9” $99.99

The prices listed above include:

  • Complimentary Christmas Tree shaking to remove dead needles
  • Complimentary Tree Removal Bag
  • Complimentary Christmas Tree Preservative
  • The price above does not include Christmas tree stand or shipping

Note: All Christmas Trees and Wreaths and other Christmas Products are shipped every Monday and Tuesday. Orders must be placed by 9:00 AM on Sunday in order to ship that Monday or Tuesday.

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