Fraser Fir

£72.00£100.00

FRASER FIR – GREAT SHAPE & FRAGRANCE – The Fraser Fir is popular because of it’s strong trunk, thick branches and the citrusy-sweet scent.

COMPLETE YOUR TREE WITH A STAND – Water holding tree stands are vitally important for keeping your tree fresh and healthy. Pop your tree in one of these, fill it with water and you’re ready to get on with decorating. Considered to be the most popular and bestselling tree in America, the Fraser Fir has also been making it’s mark in the UK. Many people choose this tree for it’s gorgeous silvery-green, dense and bushy foliage as well as the softness of the needles, which help to avoid scratches and other injuries. Another reason why this tree is rising in popularity is due to the sweet citrus aroma given off, the scent fills your home and can last for as long as the tree is indoors. The branches of the tree are thick, strong and are angled upward to allow easy decoration and it can take on heavier ornaments with no trouble. Already blessed with excellent needle retention, this tree will hold on to it’s needles for as long as it is kept well watered.

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Description

Appearance: The Fraser Fir has a typical pyramid shape with upward-pointing needles and strong branches to bear the weight of your most treasured baubles. It boasts perfect symmetry and bushy, dark green foliage with blue undertones.

History: The Fraser Fir might be a relative newcomer to the British Christmas tree market, but across the Atlantic it’s a bestseller. It even has the Presidential seal of approval – a Fraser Fir is often chosen as the official Christmas tree of the White House. Once native to the Appalachian mountains of South- Eastern United States, the Fraser Fir is now sustainably grown throughout Scandinavia & the Highlands of Scotland.

Size: The Fraser comes in a variety of heights, from 5ft upwards, but its slimmer shape makes it the best choice for a cosy home corner. The Fraser is a byword for space-saving luxury.

Scent and Needles: The Fraser Fir has great needle retention, but like the Norway Spruce it prides itself on that typical pine scent. Your family will definitely notice the zesty citrus aroma.

Care: Although the needles last well, you should still keep your Fraser away from heat sources like a radiator, and water it well throughout the season. Longer lasting than the Norway Spruce, a well-kept Fraser should last about five weeks.

Ordering: Online or from A127 Christmas Tree Farm, Westcliff on Sea Essex or online from LeighTrees.co.uk

Delivery: We dispatch our trees the working day before your delivery date, to reduce time in transit. For our Christmas tree delivery, we use specialist couriers to ensure your tree arrives safely and in excellent condition. Our couriers will send you a text message 30 minutes before they arrive, so you know when you can expect to receive your tree.

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Size

10ft, 11ft, 12ft, 13ft, 14ft, 15ft, 16ft, 17ft, 18ft, 19ft, 20ft, 3ft, 4ft, 5ft, 6ft, 7ft, 8ft, 9ft

Height

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Description

Appearance: The Fraser Fir has a typical pyramid shape with upward-pointing needles and strong branches to bear the weight of your most treasured baubles. It boasts perfect symmetry and bushy, dark green foliage with blue undertones.

History: The Fraser Fir might be a relative newcomer to the British Christmas tree market, but across the Atlantic it’s a bestseller. It even has the Presidential seal of approval – a Fraser Fir is often chosen as the official Christmas tree of the White House. Once native to the Appalachian mountains of South- Eastern United States, the Fraser Fir is now sustainably grown throughout Scandinavia & the Highlands of Scotland.

Size: The Fraser comes in a variety of heights, from 5ft upwards, but its slimmer shape makes it the best choice for a cosy home corner. The Fraser is a byword for space-saving luxury.

Scent and Needles: The Fraser Fir has great needle retention, but like the Norway Spruce it prides itself on that typical pine scent. Your family will definitely notice the zesty citrus aroma.

Care: Although the needles last well, you should still keep your Fraser away from heat sources like a radiator, and water it well throughout the season. Longer lasting than the Norway Spruce, a well-kept Fraser should last about five weeks.

Ordering: Online or from A127 Christmas Tree Farm, Westcliff on Sea Essex or online from LeighTrees.co.uk

Delivery: We dispatch our trees the working day before your delivery date, to reduce time in transit. For our Christmas tree delivery, we use specialist couriers to ensure your tree arrives safely and in excellent condition. Our couriers will send you a text message 30 minutes before they arrive, so you know when you can expect to receive your tree.