Grupp's Christmas Trees currently  offer two varities of trees that you can cut yourself.  They are Canaan Fir and Concolor Fir.  We also have a large selection of pre-cut Fraser Fir trees, Douglas Fir, Concolor Fir, and Canaan Fir.

The Canaan Fir is our newest type of tree and its popularity is increasing each year. Typically described as a combination between Fraser Fir and Balsam Fir, Canaan exhibit characteristics of both. This fir has needles that resemble those of the Fraser and range from 1/2 to 1 inch. They have excellent needle retention and have a pleasant scent.

The Douglas Fir is among the most popular of all of our trees. They are typically a lighter green than other trees. The needles range from 1 to 1-1/2 inch and have excellent needle retention. The interesting citrus scent is perhaps what makes the Douglas so unique.

BLUE SPRUCE (Out of Stock)

Blue Spruce have the sharpest needles of all the trees we offer. However, a unique characteristic of the Spruce is its branches grow in layers and are extremely strong making it the best tree for large, heavy ornaments. The needles range from 1 to 2 inches and its color can range from powdery blue to dark green. 


DOUGLAS FIR (Pre-cut Only)

WHITE PINE (Out of Stock)

White Pine are lighter green in color similar to the Douglas.  White Pine have longest and softest needles of the trees we offer.  They have little to no fragrance but retain their needles well.  White Pine are generally not a good option for heavy ornaments.  However, they do provide a great option for people who suffer from allergies related to more fragrant trees.  


The Fraser Fir is a native southern fir that naturally grows at elevations above 5,000 feet. This fir has dark green needles while the undersides are a silver color. The needles are 1/2 to 1 inch long and have the best needle retention of all trees along with an extremely nice scent. As a result of the elevation required to grow Frasers, we bring ours in FRESH from North Carolina. 


Also known as a "White Fir" the Concolor Fir is native to Western North America near the Cascade Range and Rocky Mountains.  This fir often has blue-ish colored needles.  The needles are 1-1/2 to 2 inches long, which makes this unique among other firs, which typically have short needles.  They also share a very similar citrus scent with the Douglas Fir.