Christmas Trees

The magic of the Holidays wouldn’t be complete without a Christmas tree to decorate your home. True emblem of family traditions, its origins come from the 18th century. To honour your family customs, we hand pick each tree we deliver. All you need to do is chose your next tree!

Cook's Blue Balsam Fir

The Cooks' Blue is a christmas tree with a blue tinge and similar to fraser for its strength. Its short needles retain their blue-green colour and stay on the tree long after it has been cut.

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Fraser Christmas tree

The branches of the Fraser fir have a double row of needles and will tend to be bluish in color. This fir has the greatest resistance against the loss of needles. This fir is highly desired by our neighbors to the south.

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Balsam Christmas tree

The balsam fir (Abies balsamea) is a species of fir native to North America. What makes it distinctive is its soft, flat, fragrant needles, as well as its smooth, greyish bark dotted with vesicles filled with resin. Balsam firs are preferred to spruce trees because once cut, their needles drop less easily.

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Wild Fir

The Christmas tree of our ancestors. This tree has not been trimmed during its growth, so it has a low density of branches and its shape is not perfect.

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Miniature tree

This miniature tree is ideal for small spaces. Also, it's an excellent idea for a gift! This tree is delivered in a box with its stand.

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Give a wreath as a gift!

Decorated wreath with its hook in a gift box

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