Balsam Fir

Dark green appearance, long lasting needles and an attractive form.  It also has a pleasing fragrance.

Blue Spruce

Broad, conical shape with dense foliage.  Needles are 1/2” to 1” in length and silvery blue in color.  Good needle retention.

Concolor Fir

A very popular tree.  The needles are flat, 2” to 3” in length and light green in color.  Pleasing natural shape and aroma, with good needle retention.

Douglas-Fir

The old fashioned traditional Christmas tree with short needles and the branches are great for hanging heavy ornaments. Needles are soft to touch and have a sweet fragrance.  One of the most popular trees.

Fraser Fir

Branches can hold heavy ornaments.  The deep green 1” needles are preferred by many.  The back of the needles are silver blue in color.  Good needle retention.

Canaan Fir

Beautiful, fragrant needles and lateral branching.  Sturdy branches will hold heavy ornaments.  Traditional Christmas tree shape.

White Pine

Fluffy and very soft to touch with good needle retention.  Needles are 2” to 5”.  Not recommended for heavy ornaments.

Scotch Pine

A favorite Christmas tree grown in Nebraska. These trees are normally grown at your local tree farm so you can choose and harvest a tree. Needles are 1 to 2 1/2 inches in length.