Did you know there are many, many varieties of Christmas Trees grown in the U.S. and Canada? Not all Christmas Trees look the same; some have soft, flexible needles while others have firm. Trees can even vary in color, height and width.
Learn about some of the most common varieties
available in the U.S. and Canada. Click through the tree types for a detailed description and photo of each.
Or you can browse through our quick reference guide that lists common characteristics of most varieties. For example, a Colorado Blue Spruce has sharp needles that are short in length but with good needle retention. They are bluish-gray in color and have good symmetrical form.
View the common characteristics
of your favorite species.