Fresh Christmas Trees

The Freshest Denver Christmas Trees

Below you will find the premium species of trees we carry at our tree lots. Our quality and freshness is incredible!

Yes there is a difference! Our trees are freshly cut just days before they are delivered to us. Not only are our trees fresher, they are graded for superior quality shape, consistent color and uniform density. Unlike the box stores all of our trees are Premium #1 grade trees or better (The highest USDA grading for the industry).

We take great care in the handling of our trees too. They are always kept cool and out of direct sunlight. They are always carefully carried, never dragged. We will always give your tree a fresh cut on the bottom so it can drink water and preserve its freshness once its in your home.

Noble Fir

A Noble Fir Christmas tree has gray green needles that often appear silver. It has long been considered the Cadillac of the Christmas tree family because of its beauty, stiff branches and long needle retention. The tree has a rounded crown and symmetrical shape. Grown in Oregon!

Fraser Fir

The Fraser Fir is an elegant tree. Its fragrance, natural shape, strong branches, unique two-tone coloring and ability to retain its needles throughout the Holiday season make it an excellent choice. Grown in Michigan and North Carolina!

Nordmann Fir

Nordmann Fir Christmas trees have dark green glossy needles and dense foliage. The Nordmann fir has excellent needle retention qualities and can be compared to the Noble fir but are not quite as symmetrical and tend to have a little more character. Grown in Oregon!

Grand Fir

Grand Fir Christmas trees are often chosen because of their unique beauty and absolutely wonderful scent. They are beautiful, thick foliaged trees that attain their shape early and have lustrous, shiny, dark green needles. The needles are blunt and notched on the end with two white bands on the lower surface. This gives the tree a “silvery” appearance. The branches appear flattened because of their arrangement of the needles. Grown in Michigan!

Balsam Fir

Dark green and fragrant foliage. Soft needles and a straight stem. Excellent needle retention and pleasing fragrance. Grown in Michigan!

Black Hills Spruce

Attractive bluish foliage. Needle color can be blue-green to “Shiner” silvery blue. Stiff, strong branches and pyramidal shape. Grown in Michigan!

Douglas Fir

Soft needles and sweetly fragranced with blue green foliage. Needle structure radiates in all direction and has excellent retention. Grown in Michigan!

Scotch Pine

Traditional favorite with strong branches, bright green, medium length needles. Grown in Michigan!

White Pine

Very soft with bluish-green, long needles and excellent needle retention. Dense and bushy, with an elegant, symmetrical shape. Grown in Michigan!