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Why are Fraser fir trees so expensive?

Why are Fraser fir trees so expensive?

These trees are more expensive than pines because they grow slower, however the extra expense is worth it. Firs have stiff branches that hold heavy decorations, their needles won’t shed even if it misses a watering or twos, and the scent will make the whole house smell like Christmas.

Is Douglas fir or Fraser fir better?

Douglas Fir has a pyramidal shape with beautiful green to blue-green needles. It is a dependable tree that will last the entire season. Fraser Fir has a great pine smell to it and is more slender than other firs, so it will fit better in a smaller room. Its branches turn slightly upward giving it a more compact look.

How long does it take to grow a 9 foot Fraser fir?

Average-Growing Christmas Trees Fraser fir: The Southern-favorite Fraser fir (Abies fraseri) tree has an average growth period of about 7 years.

Which is better Fraser fir or Nordmann fir?

Nordmann Firs are the preferred Christmas tree on the continent, with long, full, lush, dark green foliage, similar to a Fraser fir, but softer to the touch and with excellent needle retention.

How much is a Fraser fir?

Our most popular tree is the Fraser Fir. A 5-6 foot Fraser Fir can vary between about $45 and $75, depending on quality.

How long do Fraser fir trees last?

about five weeks
Fraser Fir. The most popular tree at Sherwood Forest, the Fraser fir is dark green and lasts about five weeks.

Is a Fraser fir a pine tree?

Although both members of the Pinaceae or pine family, the Douglas (Pseudotsuga menziesii) and Fraser fir (Abies fraseri) trees are not closely related. Fraser fir is botanically a true fir, as it’s a member of genus Abies.

How tall will a Fraser fir grow?

Growth and Yield- Fraser fir is a relatively small tree, rarely more than 24 m (80 ft) tall and 61 cm (24 in) in d.b.h. It is more frequently 15 to 18 m (50 to 60 ft) tall and less than 30 cm (12 in) in d.b.h. Age at natural death is around 150 years (23).

How far apart do you plant Fraser fir trees?

Plant balsam and fraser fir at least 10 feet apart and all other species at least 15 feet apart. Plant in groups or rows. Row plantings often require two or more staggered rows to work well.

Does a Fraser fir drop needles?

The best selling tree in the US, the Fraser Fir is known for its pointed, bushy shape, its ‘non-drop’ needles and its wonderful citrus-like pine scent.

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