White Spruce: Fair needle retention, extremely fragrant, natural conical form. Varies from green, to slightly blue-green. Needs watering! If watered well the needles shouldn't drop.
Short and somewhat pointy needles. Not as pointy as a Blue Spruce. We aren't planting these any longer but there are still some taller ones left.
White Spruce can reach a height of 140' @ maturity. Native to New England, the northern tier states and points north.
Trees in Production:
Serbian Spruce: Beyond cool! Dark green/blue needles with a silver underside. Sweeping branches with soft needles. There are a couple of these in the sales area this year but a lot more in the coming years. I think these will be very popular.
Grand Fir: Tricky to grow but they are like no other tree. Long Needles like a Doug Fir but with better coloring & more distinction. Unbelievavble citris odor.
Turkish Fir: I have a few in the field. Very distinct. Supposedly difficult to get the leaders to grow straight. Appear to be deer resistant so we're going to try growing a small amount.
We do have some decent Fraser Firs available as well but we are not planting them any longer.
Also, we have table tops, courtesy of the browsing deer. Just ask!