Noble fir trees have rich blue-green needles and cones with distinctive spikey bracts, making them a popular holiday tree. Noble fir trees are the tallest varieties of fir trees (260 feet), making them an excellent choice for a towering tree for an office building or two-story entranceway.
Because of its strong but flexible branches, noble fir boughs are frequently used to make fresh Christmas wreaths. It’s advised that you cut a fresh slice from the trunk of your tree when you get it home, just like you would with other firs, to allow it to absorb the most water possible, and that you continue to feed it every day. The Noble Fir tree smells like pine and has a distinct evergreen aroma.
Noble fir, which originated on the United States North West coast, is still abundant in the Rocky Mountains. Although a popular and attractive Christmas tree, its wood is also utilized in paper production and for basic construction reasons.
The Noble fir’s silvery blue-green needles are long and tip upwards, revealing the bottom branches. It also features strong branches that can withstand the weight of large ornaments and other Christmas tree decorations. It’s frequently used in wreaths, Christmas garlands, and door swags. This variety keeps its needles well, making it a good choice for a family with little children or pets.
It is critical to keep your Christmas tree hydrated during December for it to grow. You should monitor the watering levels of the Noble Fir Christmas Tree daily. The end of the trunk should always be submerged in water as per the requirement, replenishing the water supply. Perfect Plants Christmas Tree Saver is available on Amazon to help water your Christmas tree.
It aids in absorbing water, reducing needle drop, and preserving the real tree from dryness. The size of these real Christmas trees is huge! Arrange for an area with enough space to display this formidable Noble Fir. Please keep it away from fires and put it wherever everyone in the house can enjoy it!