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We are proud to have pioneered the sheared Plantation Oregon Douglas Fir - our best selling and most popular Christmas Tree. This fragrant tree is economical and a season favorite.
The Douglas Fir has been the most popular Christmas tree species since the 1920s. During the following 40 years, nearly all trees were harvested from forest lands. Since the 1950s, the transformation from growing trees in the wild to culturing them on plantations has been dramatic. Today, few trees come from forest lands. Holiday Tree Farms is a pioneer in establishing this species as the premier product of the Christmas tree industry.
Nationally, it remains one of the most popular Christmas trees species. It is shipped to the majority of the United States and is also exported to the Hawaiian Islands, Mexico, Central America, Guam and Asia.
Noble fir is one of our more popular varieties. Noble fir is symmetrical and has a deep bluish-green color. The long needles are four-sided and twist upward leaving the lower surface of the branch exposed. The noble fir is dense and grows slower than most other varieties.
The noble fir is a durable tree featuring dense foliage and a sturdy conformation. The aromatic dense foliage blends ornaments within branches. Available from two feet (table top) to twelve feet high. For larger trees, see Big Trees.
Long considered an excellent Christmas tree because of its beauty, stiff branches and long needle retention, the noble fir is growing in popularity. It is widely used in the greenery business to make wreaths, door swags, garland and other Christmas products.
The Grand Fir is one of the tallest firs. It grows from British Columbia inland to Montana and south into northern California. The Grand Fir produces a beautiful, thick foliaged tree and is known for its strong fragrance. The undersides of the branches are silver, presenting a festive tree for decoration.
Another traditional tree, the Grand Fir variety is gaining in popularity. Having a clean profile and durable character, this species is appealing to families appreciating simpler times.
Scotch pines are the heritage of the old country. This attractive tree is a traditional favorite for the holidays and is reminiscent of snowy slopes, rural gatherings and open fireplaces.
As a Christmas tree, Scotch pine is probably the most commonly used species in the United States. Because of its ease of planting, generally high planting survival and favorable response to plantation culture it has been widely planted throughout much of the eastern United States and Canada.
In Europe and throughout several countries in Asia, Scotch pine is an important species of high economic value. Forest stands containing Scotch pine are managed to produce pulpwood, poles, and sawlogs from which dimension and finish lumber is produced.
Nordmann Fir Christmas trees have been popular in Europe for many years and are gaining popularity in the United States due to their attractive foliage, their needles are not sharp and most importantly, the needles don't readily drop when the tree dries out.
The Nordmann Fir is native to the mountains west and east of the Black Sea, in Turkey, Georgia, Russian Caucasus and northern parts of Armenia.
We have a wide variety and selection of big trees available from 12 feet to 26 feet that are perfect for auditoriums and commercial displays. We also supply big trees over 26 feet – these behemoths will leave a lasting impression, but we’ll need to arrange for special handling and shipping.
Known for their high quality, Holiday uses only the finest, hand selected boughs from high elevation Noble Fir stands, thus assuring beautiful and long lasting foliage.
Our wreaths are hand crafted on wire frames to yield excellent conformation and presence and offer an ability to mount the wreaths in a variety of ways. Available in four different styles in diameters from 20 to 84 inches. (50 to 210 cm).
A celebration of holiday décor items are available such as Door Swags and Cedar Garlands. These items will compliment our trees and wreaths while adding holiday sprit to any home.
We’ve outlined some basic tips to ensure you get the most out of your Holiday Christmas tree.
Real trees are a renewable, recyclable resource providing benefits to the environment. The plantation-grown Holiday trees decompose in landfills and quickly replenish soil nutrients. There is also a growing trend of recycling Christmas trees where the trees are turned into mulch for gardens and other uses. Find a Christmas tree recycling center near you.
1For more complete details about caring for your real Christmas tree, visit the National Christmas Tree Association.