North Carolina Fraser Firs

The Fraser Fir is the State Christmas Tree for the state of North Carolina.

Fraser fir is a uniformly pyramid-shaped tree which reaches a maximum height of about 80 feet and a diameter of 1-1.5 feet. Strong branches are turned slightly upward which gives the tree a compact appearance. The needles to the tree are dark-green, flat and have a grove on the upper side with two silvery-white bands on the bottom.Typically, these needles are about half-an-inch to one inch long, strong, and circle the entire sprig of the branch.

These trees are beautiful to decorate, are resilient throughout the Christmas season, and are strong enough to carry your heaviest ornaments.

Grown at our Family Farm

Family is something that our company believes in and is something that we try to instill in everything we do. Our family farm is a great representation of that. Growing year over year, our farm is a cultivation of hard work, dedication, sacrifice and love. Sure, we have people that work on our farm that are not our blood relatives but in our company’s hearts, they are our family.

Multiple Sizes and Varieties

Our trees come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Typically they range from 18 inches to 12 feet in height.

Built By Tradition. Grown With Love.

We try to carry over the values of tradition, family and love into our day-to-day life and that we try to bring to our Christmas tree lot and that we delivery with each wholesale order. We stand by our commitment to tradition and our dedication to our level of quality. We know that setting the bar high for ourselves is a standard that will be challenging on occasion, but, to us, it is not something that we are willing to compromise.

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