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Looking for wholesale Christmas trees with exceptional quality and color? Christmas Hills Tree Farm in Mossyrock, Washington, offers six varieties of fir, including a limited amount of Burton Blue, a special tree grafted for exceptional color and overall quality.


About the Burton family

Charley Burton, John Burton's father, began raising Noble fir for commercial purposes in 1949. John has been actively involved since he was a child, and began growing his own trees at age 13. He started his own Christmas tree business as a young man, and the farm property has grown through the years as acreage became available and John and his wife, Cheryl, committed to making this a vibrant, high-quality business.

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The photo gallery offers many photos of various harvests at Christmas Hills Tree Farm, plus photos of the property and the Burton family.

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Comprehensive sitemap of Christmas Hills Tree Farm, wholesaler of fresh Noble fir, Douglas fir, Grand fir, Fraser fir, Nordmann fir, and Burton Blue Noble fir.


About Christmas Hills Tree Farm

Customer Comments

I purchased one of your Christmas trees this year at Carpinitos on December 15th. We kept it up until January 13th, and it was still so fresh and beautiful I didn't want it to come down. It was the best Christmas tree I've ever had, and I'm 59 years of age. Thanks for bringing such joy and happiness to us.

History

Christmas Hills Tree Farm is a second-generation tree farm. John Burton's dad, Charley Burton, owner of Bear Canyon Farm, planted the first Noble fir in 1949: the first Noble fir specifically for Christmas trees in the industry.

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In 2004, Christmas Hills Tree Farm had the honor of sending one of its Burton Blue Noble Fir to the White House.

Pricing

Pricing is available for all orders, including those picked up at Christmas Hills Tree Farm and shipped to your door, depending on the grade(s) you choose. We serve customers in Washington State, Idaho, California, New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, Arizona, and Louisiana.

References

Following is a partial list of businesses that buy fresh Christmas trees from Christmas Hills Tree Farm.

Shipping

Christmas Hills Tree Farm, as a mid-sized grower, is large enough to arrange delivery, yet small enough to cut our trees within a couple of days of shipping. Our top grade trees are hand cut, individually baled,and carefully loaded.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What variety of Christmas trees do you offer?
We have six varieties, including Burton Blue, a special tree that is grafted for exceptional color and overall quality. We continue to graft several thousand of these trees a year, giving us even more of the Burton Blue. Here's a list of the Christmas trees we offer:


Contact

Thanks for contacting Christmas Hills Tree Farm, which is located in the beautiful hills of Mossyrock, Washington. If you have questions on any of the following, this is the right page to get answers: Wholesale Fresh Christmas Trees, Shipping Fresh Christmas Trees, Pricing of Fresh Christmas Trees, Burton Blue Noble Fir, Fraser Fir, Grand Fir, Douglas Fir, Noble Fir, and Nordmann Fir.


Our Trees

  • Noble Fir  According 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.
  • Fraser Fir  Fraser fir (Abies fraseri), was named for John Fraser, a Scottish botanist who explored the southern Appalachian Mountains in the late 18th century. Fraser fir also called southern balsam fir and she-balsam, is a small- to medium-size tree.
  • Grand Fir  Grand Fir or Giant Fir (Abies grandis) is a fir native to the Pacific Northwest of North America. It is a large evergreen coniferous tree growing to 300 feet tall. It is easily distinguished from other Pacific Northwest firs, says the National Christmas Tree Association, by its sprays of lustrous needles in two distinct rows. They are usually horizontally spread so that both the upper and lower sides of the branches are clearly visible.
  • Nordmann Fir  Nordmann fir is one of the most important species grown for Christmas trees. Nordmann Fir (Abies nordmanniana) is a fir native to the mountains south and east of the Black Sea, in Turkey, Georgia, Russian Caucasus, and northern parts of Armenia. The Nordmann fir is favored by many because of its attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp, and that do not drop readily when the tree dries out.
  • Douglas Fir  Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), says Western Wood Products Association, isn't a true fir at all, nor a pine or spruce. It's a distinct species named after Archibald Menzies, a Scottish physician and naturalist who first discovered the tree on Vancouver Island in 1791, and David Douglas, the Scottish botanist who later identified the tree in the Pacific Northwest in 1826.
  • Burton Blue Noble Fir  Burton Blue is a distinctive, grafted Noble fir. Each spring, we graft several thousand seedlings. Through the use of our special seed orchard and through grafting, we achieve the unique blue color of Burton Blue. The blue color is a natural variation of the Noble fir.

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