The Noble Fir is often described as the King of Christmas Trees. This is thanks to the shape, color, and foliage found on trees like this, making them look like a picture straight off of a Christmas card. They make an ideal choice for those looking for a real tree for their festive celebrations, and we’re proud of the collect we’ve been able to cultivate and grow over the years. Here at Cheshire Christmas Trees, we only offer the very finest real trees for your Christmas needs.
The Noble Fir
The Noble Fir is native to western North America, found across several states, and sitting in a position of little concern for environmentalists. This tree’s success is thanks to many factors, though the rich and fertile land it calls home is certainly a big part of this.
These trees can be found in all sorts of shapes and sizes, with most of the examples people have in their homes at Christmas being less than a couple of meters tall. In the wild, though, they are able to get much larger, reaching over 70m in the hundred or so years they will be alive. Once they reach full size, their trunks can be well over 2 meters in diameter, and this is staggering when you consider that most people wouldn’t have a tree as tall as this.
Being an evergreen, you won’t have to worry about a tree like this losing its needles until it dies. They will be a rich green, and pine cones can often be found dotted around amongst them, creating natural decorations which look great when they first start to emerge.
Why Choose A Noble Fir?
There are a lot of reasons to choose a noble fir as your Christmas tree. To start, they look exactly how most people would expect a Christmas tree to look, and this is enough for a lot of people to want to get one. They are perfectly shaped to match the fake trees you find in stores, but they won’t lack the feel and smell of a real tree, which is hard to find when you’re buying fake ones.
Alongside this, these trees are also much hardier than you might expect. They are extremely easy to look after, and will require little attention if you want to keep them alive for next year. Of course, as a big part of this, a lot of people will want advice to keep their trees alive. Our team of expert arborists can help with this, providing you with all of the knowledge you need to keep your tree going for next year.
Finally, these trees don’t make a mess, and are easy to get rid of when you’re done with them. They won’t drop all of their needles like other trees, and they aren’t likely to ooze sticky sap which will be a nightmare to clean. This makes them an ideal choice for a range of applications, though most people will instantly think about Christmas when they see a noble fir.