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Indiana County Christmas Tree Growers

Below are the most popular varieties of Christmas trees grown by the members of the Indiana County Christmas Tree Growers Association. There is such a large variety of trees grown in Indiana County, we are sure you will be able to find one to suit your particular wants and needs.

This spruce has sharp blue or green needles about three quarters of an inch in length. Its stiff branches and good needle retention make it a desirable Christmas tree with its excellent form and outstanding color.  This tree can tolerate heavy ornaments

This attractive tree has long, thick, blue-green needles. It is a very long-lasting tree with stiff branches. It’s very easy to decorate, and has a great citrus aroma.

Because of its fragrant, soft, short needles, this tree is a holiday favorite. Its sturdy branches and good needle retention make this evergreen very long lasting. It’s often called the "perfect tree," very easy to decorate, and will tolerate medium to heavy ornaments.

The Canaan Fir is very long lasting and easy to decorate. It is blue green in color, soft to the touch and similar to the Fraser Fir.

One of the most popular trees, this fir has soft short blue-green needles with silvery undersides. Its bottlebrush texture, stiff branching and outstanding needle retention make it a superb Christmas tree.

This tree has short, rich, dark green needles, and stiff branches. However, it does not hold up well indoors for long periods, but does tolerate heavier ornaments.

This tree's compact, blue-green foliage with needles about one-half inch in length is very appealing. Given proper care, this tree also exhibits good needle retention. Its excellent color and form make it an exceptional Christmas tree.

White pine is native to Indiana County, and has soft, long needles. A very graceful looking evergreen, its fragrance and excellent needle retention make it a popular Christmas tree. The branches are thinner so it will only tolerate lighter-weight ornaments.

This conifer has been a popular Christmas tree for many years. Its sharp blue-green foliage with needles about two to three inches in length can be sheared to an appealing shape. Its strong branches hold ornaments well and it has excellent needle retention.

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