A subalpine tree, the Noble Fir is found in the Cascade Range and the Coast Ranges of the Pacific Northwest of Washington and Oregon and in southwestern Canada. The Noble fir Christmas tree is one of the most popular varieties. It is symmetrical and has a deep bluish-green color. The long needles are four-sided and twist upward leaving the lower surface of the branch exposed. It has dense branches and grows slower than most other varieties. The aromatic dense foliage blends ornaments within branches. Available from two feet (table top) to twelve feet high.
Long considered an excellent Christmas tree because of its beauty, stiff branches and long needle retention, the noble fir is growing in popularity. It is widely used in the greenery business to make wreaths, swags, garland and other Christmas products.