Are you Looking for a beautiful Christmas Tree, but do not know which variety is right for you? This article will help you decide which Christmas Tree or types and grown in the United States are worth the price and has the stuff you want.
Fraser Fir Christmas Tree
The Fraser fir branches turn slightly upward. They are dark blue-green in color. The Fraser Fir may be the perfect holiday tree. Because there is space between the branches, the Fraser is easier to decorate. The trees grow to almost perfect shapes, and as long as the cut tree is kept properly watered, the Frasier Fir has excellent needle retention.
Noble Fir Christmas Tree
The Noble Fir is deep green and has lovely branch shape. Its branches are sturdy, yet the needles are not too sharp to decorate easily. Like the Fraser Fir, the Noble Fir’s branches have good spacing between branches, so it’s easy to hang ornaments on them.
Colorado Blue Spruce Christmas Tree
A Colorado Blue Spruce has a pyramidal shape with strong limbs that can hold heavy ornaments. This species is bluish gray in color and has a bad odor when needles are crushed. This Christmas Tree has a good symmetrical form has an attractive blue foliage. If your decorating scheme does not include this bluish tint, this tree may not be right for your home.
Grand Fir Christmas Tree
The Grand Fir has a glossy dark green color with needles. Grand Fir tree is soft to the touch and may not be able to hold heavier ornaments. Commonly grows on the Pacific northwest coast. It is related to the white fir and is also called the great silver fir or Oregon fir.
Balsam Fir Christmas Tree
Balsam is the traditional Christmas tree that most Americans grew up with. The Balsam Fir is a beautiful dark-green color with airy, flexible branches that may not be able to hold heavy ornaments. It has an attractive form, it holds its needles well, and gives off a pleasant fragrance.
Do you know the interesting facts about the Christmas Tree:
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Christmas tree is symbol of fertility.
In the United States, there are more than 15,000 Christmas tree farms.
There are approximately 350 million Christmas trees growing on U.S. farms.
Approximately 100,000 people are employed full or part-time in the Christmas tree industry.
24.5 million farm-grown Christmas trees were purchased in the United States in 2012, with a real market value of $1.01 billion.