BLACK HILLS SPRUCE
This Black Hills Spruce Christmas Tree is known for its darker green color and many layers with short, stiff, blue-green needles. It is darker than a white spruce and more dense.
This Scotch Pine Christmas Tree (a traditional favorite) is known for its strong branches and excellent needle retention. It holds up well on retail lots in warm climates and has medium length needles.
Ponderosa Pines are easily recognized by their tall, straight, thick trunks. The bark usually smells like vanilla or butterscotch. The needles of the Ponderosa are 4-8 inches long, thick and flexible with three to a bundle, and droop gracefully from their branches.