Types of Real Christmas Trees

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At our Milwaukee Christmas Tree Lot, Tree Men and A lady carries many types of ideal Christmas Trees Including Balsam fir, Fraser Fir, and White Pine trees. Any real Christmas Tree gives you the aroma of the ideal Christmas, below are in depth descriptions of types of real Christmas Trees we offer

Balsam Fir

Balsam fir Christmas Tree has a beautiful dark-green color with airy, flexible branches, it holds its needles well, and gives off a pleasant fragrance for your home. We feel the Balsam Fir has the strongest scent of all choices, which is why it’s the most popular Christmas Tree on the market. It has a beautiful shape with full branches that are soft to the touch, and that makes decorating very easy.

Fraser Fir

 Fraser fir Christmas Tree may be the perfect holiday tree; Some highlights include attractive 1-inch needles, space between the branches, allowing for easier decorating than some Christmas trees. The firm branches hold heavier ornaments. The perfect Christmas Tree. Not only is the needle retention great, it also smells wonderful. It has strong, spaced-out branches that are very easy to decorate, especially with heavy ornaments. The beautiful shape along with the soft silvery-green needles truly makes this most idealistic and best looking Christmas Tree.

White Pine

White Pine Christmas tree needle retention is good to excellent. White pine has very little aroma, but, conversely, is reported to result in fewer allergic reactions than do some of the more aromatic species. The White Pine has beautiful long green needles and their retention is considered to be very good. The branches are lush and appealing but may not be a good choice if you plan on decorating with heavy ornaments, although the tree is perfect for some fun popcorn garland. White Pine branches are often used in garlands, wreaths, flower boxes, and can make for beautiful centerpieces. It has the style and elegance of a beautiful tree all on it’s own.

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