Frederico Christmas Trees @ Planted Earth
440 S. State St. Orem, UT
TREES YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY WILL LOVE
We sell premium grade Christmas Trees hand-selected each year from the northwestern states. We take pride in our wide selection of quality, freshly harvested Christmas trees. All of our trees come from Oregon, Washington, and new this year, from Wisconsin! The owner, Russ Frederico, personally travels to the tree farm growers twice a year to ensure the very best trees come to our retail locations. If you have any questions regarding our trees or would like more information, please contact us or visit us at our Orem locations today!
The Noble Fir is natively grown in the western parts of Oregon and Washington. This evergreen tree is one of our most popular! It lasts a long time and has sturdy branches.
LIVE POTTED TREES THIS YEAR!
Nordmann Fir and Dwarf Spruces
The Nordmann Fir is actually native to the mountains of Turkey, Russia, and Armenia but has started to be popularly grown here in the northwestern United States. This fir is named after Alexander von Nordmann, a Finnish zooligist. It can be distinguished from these other Christmas trees by its silver undertipping.
The Fraser fir, closely related to the Balsam fir, is named after the Scottish botanist John Fraser. This particular fir lasts a long time and has more stiff, upward-growing branches.
The Grand Fir is native to the northwestern United States in the Cascade range. It is a popular Christmas tree, often sheared into the cone-shape seen above. It is more aromatic than other firs. The Grand fir is also used for construction and paper-making!
*NEW* - BALSAM FIR - FROM WISCONSIN
Abies balsamea or balsam fir is a North American fir, native to most of eastern and central Canada and the northeastern United States. The Balsam Fir has green needles and natural conical shape. Also, it is probably the most fragrant of any tree type!
The well-known Alpine Fir from Montana will be one of our newest trees available this year!
Mon: 10am - 9pm
Tue: 10am - 9pm
Wed: 10am - 9pm
Thu: 10am - 9pm
Fri: 10am - 9pm
Sat: 9am - 9:30pm