Which type of tree will best meet your needs?
The freshly cut trees are from the forests of Oregon coast. Delivered by a covered semi-trailer truck, these trees are ready for the holiday season. Arrive in the Treasure Valley a few days before our sales begin to be opened, checked, and arranged for your viewing.
Nordmann Fir, Abies nordmanniana, soft leaves are a bright green on top and silver glossy green underneath. Sturdy branches allow for many ornaments.
Noble Fir, Abies procera, is a popular Christmas tree. The thick branches and evenly spaced foliage result in a beautiful tree.
Gand Fir, Abies grandis, is one of the most popular Christmas trees. Sweet smelling, soft leaves, and attractive appearance will add that touch to your holiday decorated room.
If your tree had the base cut at the tree lot, be sure to get the tree into water as soon as possible. Use warm sugar water for the first application only (1 cup of sugar to one gallon of warm water then finish filling with warm water). The tree will drink the water up very quickly (usually two or three days). Check the water level daily. DO NOT position your tree near any heat source (fire place or heat vent). Cover any any heat vents that may be near the tree.