Noble Fir

 

Noble Fir

Nobles are fast becoming the most desired tree for the holidays. The branches of the Noble fir are
evenly spaced and have bluish-green needles.  Known for its beauty, the Noble Fir
has a long sustainability and sturdy branches which make it an excellent tree for displaying heavy
ornaments.

Grand Fir

 

Grand Fir

The Grand Fir is known for its dark green color and exceptionally aromatic smell.
It is easily distinguished from other Pacific Northwest firs by its sprays of lustrous needles in
two distinct rows. The needles are 1 to 1 1/2 inches long with glossy dark green tops.  The Grand Fir
is recognized by its fullness, sweeping layers and fragrant scent.

Douglas Fir

 

Douglas Fir

The Douglas Fir has been the major Christmas tree variety used
in the Pacific Northwest since the 1920's.  Douglas Firs are more dense than their
counterpart firs. Their needles are dark green in color, are soft to the touch, radiate in
all directions from the branch and have a sweet fragrance when crushed

Wreath

 

Noble Fir Wreath

Our classic Noble fir wreath is made from fresh
premium noble fir boughs, three accent points
of incense cedar, blue-berried juniper, red berries,
Ponderosa pine cones and includes a red bow.
Available in 24″ and 36" diameter.

Garland

 

Garland

Pure Cedar Garland is perfect for decorating inside or outside your home!  It ropes beautifully around stair cases or columns and can be draped over mantles and tables.  The fragrance will fill your home with holiday cheer.