Douglas Fir - one of the most popular varieties nation wide especially on the West coast. With dark blue-green 1 - 1 ½" long needles, cone shaped the tree has good needle retention and a nice fragrance.
Balsam Fir - one of the best tress all around, 1 - 1 ½" long flat needles, dark green, this very fragrant variety is long lasting and has a good form.
Frazier Fir - has ½ - 1" soft needles, a nice silver green color, soft, has good needle retention, is very fragrant and has a good shape.
Scotch Pine - this popular tree has a dark green color, stiff 1" needles with little fragrance and good needle retention. The Scotch Pine is good for heavy decorating.
White Pine - this blue green tree is very full with no fragrance making it better for homes with people with allergy problems. The very soft 2" - 5" needles are flexible and the branches, not very strong are suitable for lightweight decorations.
White Spruce - blue green colored tree with good needle retention, little fragrance but an unpleasant odor when the needles are crushed. This column shaped tree has ½ - ¾ " stiff needles.
Norway Spruce - a beautiful shiny dark green tree with ½ - 1" needles, has strong fragrance but poor needle retention.
Noble Fir - a deep green color with good shape, sturdy branches good for decorations and a good aroma. 1" needles with good needle retention this variety is often used for wreaths and garland.
Blue Spruce - as the name indicates a bluish color, a nice pyramidal shape and strong limbs. The Blue Spruce has a moderate fragrance and high needle retention.
White Fir or Concolor Fir - becoming increasingly popular, an attractive blue green tree with short ½" needles, good needle retention and a nice aroma.