Types of Chrsitmas Trees we grow: Douglas Fir, Grand Fir & Noble Fir Cowichan Valley Christmas Tree Farm

 

Types (Species) of Christmas Trees we Grow

 

Douglas Fir - Cowichan Valley Christmas Trees

 

Douglas Fir
Naturally the Douglas Fir remains one of the most popular Christmas Trees available. The needles are dark green 1 to 1 1/2 inches long and are soft to the touch. Douglas Firs are normally sheared and produce a crop within 7 to 10 years.

Tree Fact:
For every Christmas Tree harvested, 1 to 3 seedlings are planted the following spring.

 

Grand Fir - Cowichan Valley Christmas Trees

 

Grand Fir
The Grand Fir has needles 1 to 1 1/2 inches in length with glossy dark green tops, in a flattened, horizontal pattern. They are quite distinct from a Douglas Fir.

Tree Fact:
The Grand Fir is one of the tallest firs, reaching heights up to 300 feet.

 

Noble Fir - Cowichan Valley Christmas Trees

 

Nobel Fir
The needles are roughly 4 sided, over 1 inch long and are bluish green. It has stiff branches and is growing in popularity.

Tree Fact:
The RAF Mosquito planes of World War II were built with Noble Fir Frames.

 

 

Tree Facts:  There are approximately 3,000 farms growing Christmas Trees in Canada and 15,000 in the U.S.

 

Email : cowichanvalleychristmastrees@shaw.ca

 


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