LARWICK CHRISTMAS TREE FARM
Types of Christmas Trees at Larwick Christmas Tree Farm
The Douglas fir tree is the staple Christmas tree in the United
States. It is well known for its cone shape, bushy branches,
fragrance and full thick appearance. The Doug fir is typically the
least expensive Christmas tree due to its fast growth and
abundance in the northwest.
To identify: Look directly at the branch. The needles fully circle
the branch going out in every direction.
Douglas Fir (Doug)
The Noble fir is the most popular tree in the northwest. It is well
known for its strong branches and sparse look. This gives the
tree an advantage for hanging decorations as there is more
room between branches and even the heaviest of ornaments
cause minimum branch sagging. It is also a very durable tree,
staying green longer and keeping more needles after being cut
down than either the doug or grand.
To identify: Look directly at the branch. The needles on the side
and top point up creating semi-circle of needles. The bottom of
the branch is flat.
12605 NE 132 Ave, Brush Prairie, WA
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Doug Fir tress are mostly 6' and under.
The Nordmann fir is a newer Christmas tree in the United States.
It has a shiny appearance and similar to the Noble with strong
branches and more of a sparse look. It is also a very durable
tree, staying green longer and keeping more needles after being
cut down than either the Doug or Grand.
"In my opintion, the Norman Fir has the best needle retension of
all our trees by far and is the best Christmas tree on the market"
~ Loran Larwick.
The Fraser fir is another popular Christmas tree in the United
States. They are dark blue/green in color, have strong branches
and are a very durable tree staying green longer and keeping
more needles after being cut down than either the Doug or
Grand. The branches on the bottom of this tree grow more up
than out, keeping it more slender than similar trees making it
perfect for homes with limited space.
Due to high demand, Larwick Tree Farm currently has a limited
supply of Fraser Fir trees.