The Top 5 Types of Christmas Trees

The 5 Different Types of Christmas Trees

Do you want a fresh Christmas tree in your home this year?

Unsure about what kind of tree is best?

Sunday morning, my family woke up to snow on the ground and we couldn’t help but smile because Christmas seems to be in the air. Christmas is my personal favorite time of year. I love the decorating cookies and I love my Christmas tree.

For the month of December, we would love to be your guide to growing, picking and caring for your Christmas tree. Every Monday, we will be here sharing tips and tricks on how to have the best and most beautiful Christmas tree.

Today, we are sharing our top 5 trees that are perfect for the Christmas Tree in your home.

Here’s the Top 5

  1. Douglas Fir: This beautiful tree has blue to dark green needles and has a wonderful pyramid-like shape.
  2. Fraser Fir: If you are looking for a tree that fills your home with the Christmas tree smell, this tree for you.
  3. Scotch Pine: According to Better Homes and Gardens this is “the most popular cut tree of the holidays”. It is so popular because is has a cone-like shape and is great at retaining needles.
  4. Virginia Pine: If you are a Southerner, this tree is for you. Unlike many evergreens this tree can tolerate warm temperatures in the winter, providing you with a stunning Christmas Trees.
  5. Eastern White Pine: This is another tree that offers a wonderful fragrance. Due to the way this tree grows, it will offer you longer decorative cones, which is a beautiful Christmas decor.

No matter which tree you chose, make sure to ask the farm or nursery if the tree was grown with a Rootwell. If your Christmas tree was grown with a Rootwell, you’ll know that it is the best it can possibly be. The Rootwell offers your tree deeper root growth and a larger tree mass due to its direct-to-root watering system.

Do you have a favorite type of Christmas tree?

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