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Noble Fir

Photo of Christmas Hills Tree Farm Noble firAccording to the U.S. Forest Service website, Noble fir (Abies procera), also known as red fir and white fir, is an impressive true fir limited to the Cascade Range and Coast Ranges of the Pacific Northwest.

At maturity, it typically has a clean, columnar bole and short, rounded crown. Noble fir attains the largest dimensions of any of the true fir species.

A high-altitude tree, the Noble fir is a highly popular Christmas tree. It's known for its "keepability." Noble fir are as popular in the West as Fraser fir is in the East. It's also become very popular in the Midwestern states.

The wood from this beautiful tree is used for general structural purposes and paper manufacture. For more info on this spectacular, long-lasting Christmas tree, click here.

Here are a few photos of our elegant Noble fir, showing not only their beauty, but how we carefully and professionally harvest and ready them for shipping. The top photo shows John Burton with some of his Noble fir. The last two photos were taken in early June 2008, and show Noble fir with new growth.

Photo of John Burton of Christmas Hills Tree Farm with some of his Noble firPhoto of Christmas Hills Tree Farm Noble fir
Photo of Christmas Hills Tree Farm Noble firPhoto of Christmas Hills Tree Farm Noble firPhoto of Christmas Hills Tree Farm Noble fir

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