Our Premium True Fir Varieties

Concolor

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Also known as white fir, concolor has long needles, a bushy appearance and can range in colour from a sage green to a soft blue.

Fraser fir

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Fraser have deep green short needles with white undersides, sturdy branches and can be more open and less dense.

Grand fir

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Grands have glossy green needles with  feathery branches. They tend to be somewhat wider and bushier in shape overall.

Douglas Fir and Scotch Pine

Douglas Fir

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Medium size needles, and a citrus fragrance, doug fir (not a true fir)  can be bushy or open depending on how they have been pruned. 

Scotch Pine

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Scotch (or Scots) pine have long  needles in bottle brush formation and can be quite bushy. Somewhat spiky, they are great trees for households where pets are an issue.