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Fraser fir tree description

Scientifically known as Abies fraseri, the Fraser fir is an evergreen tree native to the mountainous areas of the eastern United States and Canada. It is very similar to the Balsam fir, and some scientists believe that up until a few centruies agao that they may have been one and the same. Often touted as the finest Christmas tree in America due to it's high fragrances, natural shape, strong branches and the ability to retain it's needles for a long time once cut down. So popular is this evergreen tree that is has been the most used Christmas tree in the White House's Blue Room. Unfortunately for this tree it is highly susceptible to a non-native pest, which has caused massive destruction of mature Fraser fir forests.

Adaptable to many soils, however, the Fraser fir prefers a more fertile, rocky and sandy soil that is slightly acidic and drains well. Mature Fraser fir trees will attain heights of 30 to 45 feet. Foliage and branching is very dense when young and opens up more as the tree grows and ages. Perofrms best wehn planted in full sun, but will tolerate partial shade. Grows best in Zones 3-7.


Fraser fir tree seedlings
Age 3-0, 4-8"

25 for $27
50 for $45
100 for $81
500 for $300
1000 for $510

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Shipping begins mid-April once the frost is out of the ground. All plants are shipped bare root from our family nursery in Midwestern Wisconsin. Please understand that commiting to a shipment date before this time frame just is not possible, however, if mother nature is kind and the ground thaws early then the trees will ship early. Every effort is made to ensure the plants you receive are healthy and ready to plant. However, it is impossible to guarantee planting results. Weather, soil conditions, insects and proper planting all play a part in successful growth.

We are not responsible for the plants health if you choose to order a plant that will simply not grow or survive in your area based on the pictured zone map. Please order responsibly.


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