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From Noble firs to Scotch pines, there are many choices available in real Christmas trees. Each species offers a different shape, needle longevity, and branch strength. Make sure you are getting the right tree for your situation with this photo gallery of common Christmas trees.
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Arizona cypress is a Christmas tree that is generally found at "cut your own tree" farms.Arizona CypressThe balsam fir (Abies balsamea) has long-lasting needles, an appealing shape, and stays fragrant.Balsam FirCanaan fir is a Christmas tree that is similar to Fraser fir and balsam fir.Canaan FirColorado blue spruce (Picea pungens) makes a distinctive Christmas tree with its blue needles.Colorado Blue Spruce
The concolor fir is chosen as a Christmas tree for its shape,color,aroma and long needle retention.Concolor FirThe Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii)is still one of the most popular choices for Christmas trees.Douglas FirEastern Redcedar (Juniperus virginiana) are usually found at "Cut your own Christmas tree farms".Eastern RedcedarEastern white pine is a good Christmas tree for people with allergies, since it has little scent.Eastern White Pine
Fraser fir(Abies fraseri) is often used as a Christmas treeFraser FirGrand fir is a good choice for those who want a Christmas tree with a strong scent.Grand FirLeyland cypress is an especially popular Christmas tree in the Southeastern statesLeyland CypressThe noble fir is very popular as a Christmas tree with its strong branches and long life.Noble Fir
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