The Noble fir has long been considered the "King" of Christmas trees. Its majestic beauty, rich fragrance, well-shaped conical form and perfectly spaced branches make it the first choice for a cut tree.
Noble fir trees have with well-spaced, sturdy branches that are perfect for hanging decorations. The firm needles are usually an inch in length, and tend to fold upward on the branch, exposing both the bluish-green tint on top and the variegated silvery-white colour on the underside. When you brush past it, its scent is pleasantly strong and long-lasting.
The Noble fir has excellent needle retention and when placed in a 50:50 water lemonade/mix and kept away from radiators, has a long lifespan in the home.
Noble firs were used in the frame construction of the Royal Air Force Mosquito planes used in WWII.