Noble Fir Christmas Trees
Noble Fir Christmas trees (Abies procera) The strong defined branches of Noble Fir coupled with their rich green hue give them a lovely full and layered appearance. Noble Fir Christmas trees have soft blue-green needles on evenly spaced strong branches, and Noble Fir emits a distinctive yet mild evergreen scent that really lights up a room! The rigid branches of Noble Fir hold up heavy ornaments such as traditional glass and heirloom ornaments beautifully.
Information about Noble Fir
Noble Fir have grown in popularity and now outsell all other varieties in the Western United States. Noble Fir are native to Oregon and only grow in the Pacific Northwest. Noble Fir Christmas trees love a frosty winter morning as the natural habitat for Noble Fir is at elevations above 4000’.
Noble Fir were first grown for Christmas trees in Oregon in the 1960’s. Pioneers in the establishment of Noble Fir as a Christmas tree species were Hal Schudel, Bob Kintigh, Robert Ruth, Bob Sievers and others who really helped bring Christmas tree production out of the forest and onto the farm.
Santa & Sons grows Noble Fir Christmas trees in the foothills of the Oregon Cascade Mountains where they receive over 60 inches of rain annually! Frost occurs there before harvest which ensures that the trees are fully dormant prior to cutting, improving needle retention and freshness.
|Contact us at 818-501-8637 to custom select a Noble Fir Christmas tree or order online for your home or business!|
A San Fernando Valley family tradition since 1992
Our retail Christmas tree lot is open from 9 am - 9 pm
7 days a week from November 23rd until December 24th.