Known as the most popular Christmas tree in America, and sometimes called the Cadillac of Christmas Trees, the Fraser Fir wholeheartedly deserves the reputation that it continues to earn year after year. Named for the Scot botanist John Fraser (1750-1811), an early explorer of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, the Fraser Fir are also known as Southern Balsam or Southern Balsam Fir. Native to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, the Fraser Fir offers a natural beauty that can only enhance your holiday celebrations.
The Fraser Fir makes a wonderful Christmas tree for several good reasons. Not only does a fresh-cut tree bring a nostalgic holiday aroma into the house, but its strong branches easily support heavier ornaments. Fraser Firs dry out slowly, and will keep their needles for a longer time than many other types of trees. Its classic holiday blue-green color comes from short, rigid needles that are silky-soft to the touch, with dark green on the top and silvery white on the underside.
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