Our Live Christmas Trees
First studied by Scottish botanist David Douglas in 1820, this tree is distributed among western North America from the inner lake country of British Columbia to the mountains of Mexico. It’s lush, blue-green foliage with needles 1″ in length is very attractive. Sturdy branching & outstanding needle retention make this evergreen a holiday favorite.
Also known as “Southern Balsam,” native to the Great Smokey Mountains of western North Carolina & eastern Tennessee, is closely related to its northern counterpart. Its soft, emerald green needles with silvery undersides are about 3/4″ in length. Its bottlebrush texture, sturdy branching, and needle retention make it a superb Christmas tree.
The Blue Spruce was discovered in 1862 on Pikes Peak by the botanist C.C. Parry. It’s the state tree of Colorado. Hence, “Colorado Blue Spruce”. The foliage is generally a beautiful silvery blue color. They have been considerable popular with our customers in the past. Fortunately we will finally have some more of our own for sale this year!
Concolor Fir is widely distributed throughout it’s native range in the southwestern United States. Ithas soft, silvery-blue foliage with flattened needles two to three inches in length with a distinctive citrus aroma. Outstanding color and excellent needle retention make the Concolor Fir an increasingly popular Christmas tree.
Charlie Brown Trees
The elves at EIII want everyone to have a real Christmas tree this year. Come visit our tree farm, have some free hot chocolate and cookies and for $20.00 or less you can take home a fresh pre-cut tree from our Charlie Brown section. We will have Charlie Brown trees up to7 feet with prices ranging from $5.00 to $20.00.