Christmas Trees For Sale
Black Hills Spruce
Black Hills Spruce is known for its darker green color and many layers with short, stiff, 1/2" long, blue-green needles. Favored for its conical shape and deep green foliage, the Black Hills Spruce is darker than a White Spruce, but more dense. Overall branch structure is more open allowing for easy hanging of ornaments. Branches can support medium weight ornaments well. Black Hill Spruce have good needle retention and not much of an aroma.
Price is $50 - $85 depending on grade and size.
The combination of form, needle retention, dark blue-green color with silver under tone, make this a highly sought after variety. Variety is abundantly fragrant. Soft, pleasant to the touch needles.
Price is $50 - $115 depending on size and grade.
Blue spruce is finding increasing popularity as a Christmas tree as a result of its symmetrical form and attractive blue foliage. Fairly stiff branches allow for good support of moderately heavy ornaments. Branching also tends to be more open, allowing more room for ornament placement. The species has an excellent natural shape. Additionally, needle retention is among the best for the spruces. Downside is needles are stiff and prickly.
Price is $35 - $80 depending on grade and size.
As a Christmas tree Scotch pine is known for its excellent needle retention and good keepability. The branches are strong with bright green, medium length needles that will not drop even if the tree becomes dry. When displayed in a water filled container it will remain fresh for the normal 3 to 4 week Christmas season. Longer needles than the spruce varieties.
Price is $25 - $100 depending on size and grade.
Seven Pines, LLC
Chris Pool & Tami Scott