The White Fir trees offer strong branches, good to excellent durability, and a slight citrus scent. The tradeoffs are that they have pointed needles and are grown in the Western United States and only a few New England states, thereby limiting their availability.
White Fir Properties*
|Color||Varies from blue-green to dark green|
|Texture||Pointed needles, 0.5″ – 1.5″ long|
|Scent||Slight citrus scent|
|Shape||Pyramidal shape with open branches|
|Durability||Good to excellent|
|Additional Information||With its light scent, the White Fir is a good choice for those who have reactions to strong fragrances.|
* Every tree is different. Properties including quality and cost vary.
- Evergreen Valley Christmas Tree Farm
- Four Winds Ranch
- United States Department of Agriculture PLANTS Database