Top 5 Christmas trees

By on November 22, 2019

With Thanksgiving right around the corner many during that weekend put their Christmas trees and decorate it as a family.  Some prefer an artificial tree for the convenience while others are more traditional and purchase a real tree every year.  There are are so many different types of trees, trees with many branches while some not so much.  Some trees have needles the fall off during the season while some tend to stay on the tree even when starting to dry out which is dangerous by the way!  Here is a list of the most popular Christmas trees!

List of the top 5 Christmas trees

In this colorful and beautiful time of sharing and thanksgiving, the Christmas tree says it all. All Christmas trees look stunning and they come in different varieties. Among the widely used trees in the world are the Douglas Fir, Noble Fir, Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, and Colorado Blue Spruce.

Douglas Fir

This is the most common variety since it’s very easy to find. It’s favored because of its soft needles, plenty of small branches and its full figure.

Noble Fir

A classic-looking and sturdy tree, the Noble Fir has shorter needles, but are not so sharp. It has enough spacing between branches for easier decoration.

Fraser Fir

Its dark, silvery-green needles are soft to touch like the Douglas Fir with good branch spacing like the Noble Fir. It’s a fragrant tree and can hold heavy ornaments because of its sturdy limbs.

Balsam Fir

The most fragrant tree that lasts all season, Balsam Fir has the most attractive pyramid shape. It has a beautiful dark-green color with flexible branches.

Colorado Blue Spruce

With strong branches like the Noble Fir, it’s also a popular choice because its silvery-blue needles rarely shed. Just be careful as they are very sharp.

To some Christmas trees all look alike but they don’t!!  Maybe this video will help!

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