Cut Christmas Trees
The fir tree is another evergreen coniferous species that commonly grows in the mountains of North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa. The distinguishing characteristics of a fir tree are the needles and the way they are attached. Fir trees have flattened needles that are attached to a base that resembles a suction cup. The cones that grow on a fir are more cylindrical and grow upwards instead of down. Fir trees are popular Christmas trees because of their aromatic needles and low shedding.
The spruce is a large tree characterized by its cone-like shape and its needles being attached to the branches in a spiral fashion (whorled). Our spruce species includes: