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Leber Christmas Trees Being planted by Dick and Rick
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Our Christmas Trees

Christmas is about traditions and memories, and the Christmas tree is the centerpiece of this celebration! Nothing gets you more into the holiday spirit than walking into your front door and being greeted by the bountiful fragrance of a real Christmas tree. We understand this, and that's why we take pride in each one we watch grow from seedling to mature tree.

Rick, owner of Leber Trees, is an ISA Certified Arborist, so rest assured that you will receive a quality tree. Each tree is hand planted, trimmed and grown by one of the Leber family, or by their friendly and knowledgable staff.

It's not only important to be informed on the tree that you're buying, but also on the proper care for the tree once it's in your home. For more information, click here.

For this Holiday season, the following types of trees are availble:

Fraser Fir Christmas Tree Thumbnail Canaan Fir

Canaan fir is characterized with a pleasant scent, they also have excellent needle retention like the fraser fir, and exhibit a beautiful deep green color, although sometimes needles will take on a slightly bluish green color with silvery shades on the undersides. To learn more about this tree, and if the Fraser Fir is the right choice for you, click here.

Fraser Fir Christmas Tree Thumbnail Fraser Fir

The Fraser Fir is by far one of the most popular choices of Christmas tree. It's soft needles and fragrance is what attracts most people to this fir. To learn more about this tree, and if the Fraser Fir is the right choice for you, click here.

Concolor Fir Christmas Tree Thumbnail Concolor Fir

The Concolor Fir is popular for it's strong citrus fragrance. The tree has long, soft needles that are very hearty. The tree retains its needles very well, and will last you long through the holidays. To learn more about the Concolor fir and if it's the right tree for you, click here.

Balsam Fir Christmas Tree Thumbnail Balsam Fir

The Balsam Fir ranks along with the Fraser as a very popular Christmas tree type. It is known for its soft needles, rich, green color, and abundance of classic Christmas tree fragrance. To learn more about this tree, click here.

Blue Spruce Christmas Tree Thumb Blue Spruce

A Christmas Classic! The Blue Spruce has the longest tradition of use as a Christmas tree. It is popular for it's strong branches, classic Christmas Tree fragrance, and silver-blue color. To learn more about the Blue Spruce, click here.

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