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Updated on November 24, 2014

With Christmas around the corner, the first and the foremost thing that comes to our minds is holiday season. This is followed by the thought of white fluffy snow, lovely time to be spent with the families, sumptuous meals, carols, Santa, gifts and of course Christmas tree and its decorations.

The ritual of decorating a Christmas tree has been followed since ages and with time, people have defined and chosen some of the top favorite tree species that are perfect to work for the Christmas.

According to the National Christmas Tree Association (NCTA) - most of the families in US alone, plan their Christmas holidays and corresponding celebrations around the real Christmas trees.

However, with growing awareness and plethora of options available today, a lot have been moving towards the Artificial Christmas trees to have better control over the decorations and also to avoid deforestation and contribute their bit to the ecosystem balance.

Below are some of the top most popular Artificial Christmas trees that can work their best for you this Christmas season:

Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree
Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree

1) Fraser Fir Artificial Christmas Tree:

The real Fraser fir tree is basically a native southern fir. It is also considered as the southern extension of the Balsam fir species. It usually grows at heights above 5,000 feet and comes with dark green needles that are 0.5 to 1 inch long. But, now you don't have to go that high to get the tree, nor is there any need to get those beautiful mountains be devoid of these natural beauties. There are amazing classic Fraser Fir trees available online, that are artificially built and equipped with many beautiful accessories like lights.

Douglas Fir Artificial Christmas tree
Douglas Fir Artificial Christmas tree

2) Douglas Fir Artificial Christmas tree:

The real Douglas Fir is not a true fir tree but has its own unique specification. The cones of these fir trees hand downwards, which is its quite different characteristic when compared to other true fir trees. If you love the way Douglas fir trees are and want to get (artificial) one this Christmas season then check out the amazing options available below: 

3) Balsam Fir Artificial Christmas Tree:

The natural Balsam fir is an amazingly beautiful pyramid shaped tree that has flat, short and aromatic needles. Balsam fir is quite similar to Fraser fir trees. Below are some of the artificial Christmas trees that can be found online for Balsam Fir:

Balsam Fir Artificial Christmas Tree
Balsam Fir Artificial Christmas Tree
Colorado Blue Spruce Artificial Christmas Tree
Colorado Blue Spruce Artificial Christmas Tree

4) Colorado Blue Spruce Artificial Christmas Tree

The natural Colorado Blue Spruce is quite familiar to people as it is considered to be an ornamental landscape tree. This tree has typically dark green to powdery blue needles that are around 1 to 3 inches long and are pyramidal in shape.

Scotch Pine Artificial Christmas Tree
Scotch Pine Artificial Christmas Tree

5) Scotch Pine Artificial Christmas Tree:

The natural Scotch pine trees are the commercial Christmas trees in North America, even though it is not that popular according to the survey made by NCTA. Scotch pine or Scots pine is a true pine tree that got imported from Europe and was amongst the first those trees that were planted in the reforestation process. Scotch pine trees have stiff branches and their needles are dark green in shape, around 1 to 3 inches long and come in bundle of two.

So, there you go. Rock your Christmas season by bringing one of these home and decorating it. Enjoy your holidays and contribute towards the plantation by making people aware of these amazing artificial trees. Merry Christmas!

Check out below, some other Artificial Pine tree options that are available online at great deals.


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