Fraser Fir Christmas Trees the most popular tree among consumers because of its cone shape, strong branches, fresh minty fragrance and deep blue green color.
We grow and Wholesale Fraser Fir trees. We chose this tree species because it has been our favorite to celebrate with every year. The branches are strong; the needles are soft and won’t stick you. The branches will support most ornaments up to large heavy ornaments. The tip of the tree is strong and will support a lovely topper.
We start our trees from small seedlings or transplants. Each year they are nurtured multiple times with nutrients we apply, hand trimmed and shaped into a pyramid. We use spray insecticides very rarely only as needed. We scout our trees and spray only when we see the pest.
If you are looking for a Christmas tree that will bring you repeat customers this is the species for you. Our trees are top quality and our customer service is unsurpassed. We offer sizes from table top up to the larger sizes. We sell by the tractor trailer load or by the trailer load. Your tree order is cut within a few days of your delivery date. We bale each tree and stand them up in our loading yard covered with shade cloth for protection from wind and sun. They are carefully loaded into tractor trailer vans and onto trailers to prevent any broken tips or branches.
Choose the favorite tree of consumers who value their family traditions by celebrating with a real Christmas tree. Choose us; we are a top quality Fraser Fir Christmas tree grower you will have the best trees around to offer to your customers.
Ever wondered where a Fraser Fir tree got its start?
We live within a few miles of the number one seed source in the country, Mt Rogers.
The Fraser fir, Abies fraseri, is a species of fir native to the Appalachian Mountains of the Southeastern United States.
The Fraser fir, Abies fraseri, is restricted to the southeastern Appalachian Mountains in southwestern Virginia, western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee, where it occurs at high elevations, from 3,900 feet to the summit of Mount Mitchell, the highest point in the region at 6,683 feet (1,200 m up to 2,037 m). It lives in acidic moist but well-drained sandy loam, and thrives in this climate because it is cool and moist, with short, cool summers and cold winters with heavy snowfall.
Although not important as a source of timber, Fraser fir is widely used as a Christmas tree. Its mild fragrance, shape, strong limbs, and ability to retain its soft needles (which do not prick easily when hanging ornaments) for a long time when cut make it one of the best trees for this purpose. Fraser fir has been used more times as the White House Christmas tree (the official Christmas tree of the President of the United State’s White House) than any other tree.