Holly Acres Nursery and Tree Farm
|5403 Hwy 86, Elizabeth, CO, 80107|
Christmas tree types at Holly Acres Nursery and Tree Farm:
This tree has an olive green appearance upward sturdy branching. Well known for its pleasing fragrance and more "natural appearance" with that space between the branches for those hand made ornaments. This tree is , YES, where Balsam Shampoos and Conditioners get their fragrance and wax. Expect a less "trimmed" appearance, but unform shape.
This tree has a dense, traditional appearance. The needles are shorter and softer than Colorado blue spruce. Black hills spruce needles have excellent color, and are stiff but soft. Evcellent shape and form.
(pronounced “Ka-naan”, with emphasis on the last syllable) is an excellent tree! A hybrid Balsam, It has many similarities to both Fraser and Balsam Firs in growth and appearance. THE MOST FRAGRANT of all the trees, you will transform your house into a forrest..no candles needed. It has a dark-green color and is very durable. Superb needle retention like fraser, more fragrant than Balsam, and simply a beautiful tree that is very versitile with ornaments.
Concolor Fir These flat and long, greyish needles are around 1 – 1 ½ inches in length and occur in rows. They have a bluish color, good needle retention, and a pleasing shape and aroma. Sturdy branches with large needles and large spaces insist on larger ornaments.
These soft needles are dark green-blue green in color and are approximately 1 – 1 ½ inches in length. The Douglas Fir needles radiate in all directions from the branch. When crushed, these needles have a sweet fragrance. They are one of the top major Christmas tree species in the U.S. Good needle retention, and economically priced if you need a larger tree due to their faster growth.
The BEST needle retention and shape of all Christmas Trees! If you like your tree up for a long time or like tall trees, THIS IS YOUR TREE. It has 3/4" long needles with a green top side with a silver bottom. The perfect tree for the Holidays, this Frazier Fir will be around for you quite a while without dropping many of it's needles. Also, the fragrance of these trees are astounding - there's no better way to announce the Holidays! Recommended when looking for a tree thats tall and narrow, although not all are narrow.
The Grand Fir is easily distinguished from other firs by its sprays of lustrous needles in two distinct rows. They are usually horizontally spread so that both the upper and lower sides of the branches are clearly visible. The needles are 1 to 1 1/2 inches long with glossy dark green tops and two highly visible white lines of stomata on the undersides. Best part of this tree, a neatly trimmed appearance as if it has been combed. Need lighter ornaments on this one.
These needles turn upward, exposing the lower branches. Known for its thick and full beauty, this tree looks great undecorated too! The Noble Fir has a long keep ability. It has a distinctive layered look and a deep green appearance and is by far our best seller! One of the finest of Christmas Trees!
Uniquely thick, symetrical , sturdy branches have dark green, glossy yet soft needles and dense foliage. with many hanging points, its a perfect tree for displaying precious or larger ornaments. The Nordman Fir has excellent needle retention and is not as fragrant as som firs, which can be a plus with those with allergies. They can take as long as 10 years to grow. A gorgeous tree!
Approximately 1 inch in length, the needles on this tree don’t even fall when they’re dry, However, they can get dry. Widely and quickly grown, they are the most inexpensive tree to purchase and stand up to heavy ornaments with their stiff branches. Only real down side..sharp prickly needles compared to other varieties and because of its naturally yellowing appearance in fall are usually sprayed green before the Christmas Season. If your a "feeler" you might prefer a different tree.
The White Pine has long, soft, flexible needles and is bluish-green in color. Its soft, feathery needles are 3 - 5 inches long, giving this tree a furry appearance making it fun to pet. White Pine’s have decent needle retention, but have little aroma and are economically priced because of their faster growth during production. They aren’t usually recommended for those with alot of ornaments because the only place to hang them is off its main branches.