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Fraser Fir Christmas tree

Fraser Fir

Soft to the touch; needles are flat and short, ½" to 1 ¼" long, with rounded tips and a silvery underside. The dark green color, pleasant fresh-cut aroma and excellent needle retention make this a frequently requested tree.

Canaan Fir Christmas tree

Canaan Fir

A relatively new Christmas tree species, this is a hybrid of the Fraser Fir and Balsam Fir. Known to retain the unique fragrance of the Balsam Fir and the rich glow of the Fraser Fir.

Balsam Fir Christmas tree

Balsam Fir

Distinctive ½" to 1 ½" long dark green needles are soft to the touch. The aroma is uniquely fragrant. Its branches are layered and can support a variety of ornaments and decorations.

White Spruce Christmas tree

White Spruce

Sometimes referred to as the "old-fashioned" Christmas tree because of its beautiful symmetrical shape. The needles are ½" to 1" long and fill every branch with dense foliage. 

Blue Spruce Christmas tree

Blue Spruce

The foliage ranges from lovely powdery blue to a rich dark green color. The long lasting needles are about 1" long, stiff and pointed. The layered branching pattern and its strong branches are ideal for hanging heavy ornaments.

White Pine Christmas tree

White Pine

The lacy blue-green needles, 2" to 4" in length are graceful to the eye and soft to the touch. It has a delightful pine fragrance and excellent needle retention.

Scotch Pine Christmas tree

Scotch Pine

A full tree with 1" to 3" stiff needles. Clusters of needles fill every branch with dense foliage. Color very from green to blue-green.

Norway Pine Christmas Tree

Norway Pine

Minnesota's state tree. Has dark green needles, 3" to 5" in length, creating a full and pleasing shape. The branches can hold a myriad of decorations. Excellent needle retention.

There are eight types of trees available at Hinkemeyer tree farm. Cut your own tree from our 40-acre farm or choose from our large indoor displays. Read more below about the different varieties of trees we offer to find the one that's just right for you.

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