Fraser Firs are known to be the top species for holding its needles after being cut.
The Fraser Fir is a native to the mountains of the eastern United States. Its fragrance, shape, strong limbs, and ability to retain its soft needles for a long time when cut (which do not prick easily when hanging ornaments) make it one of the best trees for this purpose.
- Benefits to our Environment
- While they are growing, real Christmas trees support life by absorbing carbon dioxide and other gases and emitting fresh oxygen.
- The farms that grow Christmas trees stabilize soil, protect water supplies and provide refuge for wildlife while creating scenic green belts.
- Real Christmas trees are renewable.
- Real Christmas trees are grown on farms just like any other crop. To ensure a constant supply, Christmas tree growers plant one to three new seedlings for every tree they harvest.
- In contrast, artificial trees are a petroleum-based product manufactured primarily in Chinese factories. The average family uses an artificial tree for only six to nine years before discarding it, where it will remain in a landfill centuries after disposal.
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