Noble Fir

The Noble Fir is often referred to as the King of Christmas trees. It has been Europe’s most popular tree with an elegant deep green or blue colour, stepped layers and a distinctive pine scent.
But is losing ground to its cousin the Nordmann Fir because of its difficulty to grow into a high quality Christmas tree.
Its branches are strong and versatile allowing for effortless decorating. The Noble Fir is a non-shed tree.
Nobles are also used to make Christmas wreaths, door swags, garlands and other Christmas greenery.

Nordmann Fir

The Nordmann Fir is the European Christmas tree of choice and is challenging the Noble Fir’s title as Ireland’s most popular tree.
The Nordmann is one of the handsomest of all the firs with its wonderfully symmetrical shape and full body
Its needles are a glossy emerald green, soft to touch and most importantly are non-shed. In comparison to the Noble Fir, the Nordmann Fir is quite a wide tree so this should be taken into consideration if space is an issue.

Fraser Fir

Fraser Fir is a uniformly pyramid-shaped tree. Strong branches are turned slightly upward which gives the tree a compact appearance. .
The underside of the needles have a silver appearance, and the branches are quite stiff which make the Fraser an excellent choice for hanging ornaments.
The Fraser Fir and Noble Fir can have a very similar appearance, and both varieties are able to hold their needles and remain fresh in appearance for a long time.

The truth about Non-Shed Christmas trees

There is no such thing as a Christmas tree that has the ability to hold onto every single one of its needles.
You have to remember you are buying a 100% natural product. It is not in a trees DNA to survive inside a pristine, clean heated house.
All our trees have the best needle holding properties that a tree can have, if you follow the guide lines given to you when you buy a tree from us you help to prolong the trees life, to ensure it keeps its vibrant colour & importantly hold onto as many needles as possible.