Wholesale Christmas Trees
 

Wholesale Christmas Trees


At Holiday Trees we offer a wide variety of Christmas trees from the high country of western North Carolina & Michigan. Our tree types include the Fraser Fir, Douglas Fir, Canaan Fir, Black Hills Spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce, Scotch Pine, and the White Pine.
 

Our tree growers are some of the best in the industry. With over 40 years of growing experience, they have developed the know-how and expertise to produce high-quality premium trees that will more than exceed your expectations in terms of size, shape, color, needle retention and overall graceful beauty. Our trees sell well in any market, helping you build a solid, satisfied, and loyal customer base that will come back year after year with their friends and family members!
 

 

By far the most popular tree for holiday celebrations, the Fraser Fir will add the classic touch to the traditional holiday home. The flat 3/4-inch soft needles are shiny dark green on the top surface and silvery on the underneath and is also known for its excellent needle retention. Its branches are strong enough to hold and display the heaviest ornaments.

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Fraser fir is a uniformly pyramid-shaped tree with strong branches that are turned slightly upward which gives the tree a compact appearance.

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With its attractive blue foliage and symmetrical pyramid shape the Blue spruce is another popular variety of Christmas tree we offer. Needles are generally bluish-gray to silvery blue but some trees have a more distinct bluish-white or silvery-white foliage. This tree has extremely sturdy branches and its needle retention is among the best of the spuces.

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The long, soft needles of the White pine give it a pristine full look. For Christmas trees, sheared trees are preferred, although some people feel shearing results in trees too dense for larger ornaments. Needle retention is good to excellent.

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Douglas fir are liked for their dense bushy shape and fine soft needles which require little maintenance and have good retention. Plantation trees are normally sheared and will produce a crop within 7 to over 10 years depending upon the site and growing area.

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With its dark green color and short stiff needles the Black Hills Spruce has become another favorite among buyers due to its conical form and deep green color. Growth during the first 10 years after field planting is relatively slow with 8 to 11 years required to grow a 6-7 foot tree.

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Probably the most common and traditional species of Christmas tree. The scotch pine are a great seller as they are the most economical and is probably the most commonly used species in the United States. For several years it was the favorite species of large eastern wholesale growers because of its excellent harvesting and shipping qualities.

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As a Christmas tree, the canaan/balsam fir has several desirable properties. It has a dark-green appearance, long-lasting needles and attractive form. It also retains its pleasing fragrance. Needles have a broad circular base and are usually dark green on the upper surface, lighter on the lower surface.

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Call us today for prices based on the quantities you need. Once you place your order, we will ship freshly-cut trees baled to your specifications and delivered according to your own timetable. Check out the varieties we offer above.
 

 
 
 

Wholesale Christmas Trees - 45 Ashington Lane Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
Contact Us: 1 (615) 498-7162 or (615) 377-6391
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Portions of this document was provided by the National Christmas Tree Association.