Christmas Tree – the center point of the holiday celebrations!! The evergreen fir tree has traditionally been used to celebrate these winter festivals for thousands of years. Though most people have a routine process to select their perfect Christmas tree, but for many others it has always been an adventurous deal to pick the right one.
Well, before you go Christmas Tree shopping, check out this guide to help yourself choose the right tree for your awesome home this season.
Believe it or not, there are more than 35 different species of evergreens grown across the United States for their Christmas request. Based on my research here are some of the most popular evergreens that I have found,
Frasers Firs – Best pick if looking for a long-lasting look; It’s generally willowy that fits small rooms. Moreover, it has bicolor needles with amazing aroma.
Scotch Pine – The most popular cut tree of the holidays as it’s the most common Christmas tree in the USA. The color is a bright green and the needles don’t wall even when they’re dry!! The tree has an excellent survival rate and will remain fresh throughout the holiday season.
White Pine – Best pick if you’re bothered by the pine scent because they have very little aroma. White Pine is the largest pine in the U.S. This blueish-green tree has a soft feathery look with their long and thin needles that has good retention power.
Balsam Fir – Best pick for a traditional Christmas Tree aroma; With dark green appearance, this tree is filled with lots of small branches and retains its pleasing aroma throughout the season.
Douglas Fir – They are pyramid shape and have blue to dark green needles; These needles have a sweet fragrance when crushed. Douglas Fir are one of the top major Christmas Tree species in the United States.
Colorado Blue Spruce – Research says, best pick for heavy ornaments; The tree has good symmetrical form and beautiful blue foliage. The needles are sharp and have a good retention power.
Virginia Pine – One of the most popular Christmas Tree in the south; Its foliage becomes extremely dense and it holds it needles well.
Okay, I am done with my shortlisted trees!! Ultimately, I’ll just say, no matter which ever type you select for your celebrations, make sure it’s fresh and lively. Decorate it well and keep your tree beautiful and healthy all the season long.
And don’t forget to let me know your fave type of Christmas Tree and why do you love it above all??