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LARWICK CHRISTMAS TREE FARM
Types of Christmas Trees at Larwick Christmas Tree Farm
The Douglas fir tree is the
staple Christmas tree in the
United States. It is well known
for its cone shape, bushy
branches, fragrance and full
thick appearance. The Doug fir
is typically the least expensive
Christmas tree due to its fast
growth and abundance in the
northwest.

Look directly at the branch:
The needles fully circle the
branch going out in every
direction.
Douglas Fir (Doug)
How to Identify
The Grand fir is best known for
its strong tree fragrance. It is
similar to the Doug fir in
appearance with its cone
shape, bushy branches and full
thick appearance. The Grand
fir is also unique in that they
have dark colored needles on
top and a light color
underneath.

Look directly at the branch:
The needles on the sides point
directly out creating a flat
looking appearance. There are
no needles pointing up or
down.
Grand Fir
How to Identify
The Noble fir is the most
popular tree in the northwest.
It is well known for its strong
branches and sparse look. This
gives the tree an advantage for
hanging decorations as there is
more room between branches
and even the heaviest of
ornaments cause minimum
branch sagging.
Look directly at the branch:
The needles on the side and top
point up creating semi-circle of
needles. The bottom of the
branch is flat.
Noble Fir
How to Identify
12605 NE 132 Ave, Brush Prairie, WA
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