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Our Trees

High quality Christmas trees

christmas trees


Balsam Fir
The most fragrant of all trees.  The needles are relatively short, dark green, and thin.  The general size is medium. 
 
Fraser Fir
This tree has excellent needle retention and also quite fragrant.  The branches are fairly firm and the needles are relatively short and dark green.  Tree is very similar to Balsam Fir. 

Fralsam
This is a cross (hybrid) between the Balsam and Fraser Fir trees.  This tree was developed by William Weir, a local New Hampshire resident from Colebrook.  Depending upon the outcome, you can get some Fralsam trees that have a stronger fragrance or stronger needle retention.  Either way, the tree will be very full with thick cover.

Additional Information about Steve’s Trees
This year, most trees are 6 to 7 feet tall.  In the next few years, we plan to offer Colorado Spruce and Concolor Fir trees and we expect some varieties to be larger then 8 feet.  We also are offering a limited amount of homemade wreathes and roping.

How to Care for Your Tree
After you take your tree home, we recommend:

  1. Store the tree in a cool place
  2. Make sure you use a stand that is properly sized for your tree and that it holds at least one gallon of water
  3. Trees with a thin fresh cut will help absorb water
  4. After installation in the tree stand, give the tree plenty of water
  5. Keep the tree away from heat
  6. Check the water level every day

After the holidays you can:

  1. Bring to a local recycling center or leave out for a tree pick up service
  2. Dispose in your own property

Burning trees is not recommended since it is not good for the environment!

 

Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.

- Norman Vincent Peale