Mountain Ash Tree Farm
|1340 Maiden Lane Greece, Rochester, NY, 14626|
Christmas tree types at Mountain Ash Tree Farm:
Balsam Firs are very fragrant with medium length soft needles.
A Rocky Mountain tree (Picea pungens)having silvery-blue or blue-green, four-angled, needlelike leaves and cylindrical cones. It is extensively cultivated as an ornamental. Also called Colorado blue spruce.
Our Blue Spruce trees are trimmed yearly by hand and grow to height of 7’. Limited quantity’s available.
A tree that comes from the Balsam family that is derives from one of its native localities in the Canaan Valley in West Virginia. It is a natural hybrid of Fraser Fir and the Balsam.
Evergreen, soft, silvery bluish-green needles borne on upper part of branch and curving upwards.
Needles are flattened, 1½. to 2½. long, glaucous on both sides, and smell like tangerines when crushed.
A native of Arizona and the western states the Cork Bark Fir has a corky creamy white bark and needles from 1” to 1 1/2”. Resembles a Blue Spruce but with softer needles.
Needles are flattened, dark-green with a medial groove on the upper side and two broad silvery-white bands on the lower surface.
Fraser Firs our one of the most requested tree that grows very well and hold it shape up to 12’ tall. Great fragrance and long lasting.
The leaves are needle-like, flattened thick, glossy dark green above, and with two green-white bands below, and slightly notched at the tip. Grand Firs are closely related to the White Fir.
Native to the higher mountains of South Korea. Korean Fir is a very popular ornamental plant in gardens in cool climates, grown for its foliage but also for the abundant cone production even on young trees only 1-2 m tall.
A western North American fir, native to the Cascade Range and Coast Range mountains of extreme northwest California and western Oregon and Washington in the United States.
This grows very well in New York! Also makes great wreathes.
One of the most important species grown for Christmas trees, being favored for its attractive foliage, with needles that are not sharp, and do not drop readily when the tree dries out.
A native to northern Turkey. Turkish Fir is similar to Nordman fir but is a very different species. The main difference is that the needles are flatter on the stem.