Norway Spruce Christmas Tree
The Norway Spruce is sometimes known as the traditional Christmas Tree. The Norway Spruce is readily identified by its dark green needles and drooping branchlets. Trees have a dark green crown with a triangular shape. Needles are 4-sided (rectangular in section), ½ to 1 inch long, and sharp or somewhat blunt at the tip. Although sometimes confused with true firs, spruces, in general, have 1) rectangular rather than flat needles, and 2) cones which hang down rather than stand erect on the stem.
A new patch of cut your own Norway Spruce trees, sizes 7 – 8′, will be opened on Friday, December 10th.
We do not recommend cutting Norway Spruce until early December.
(Size and availability may change as the season progresses.)