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For more than 30 years, Santa’s Treeland has built a well-deserved reputation for doing one thing — making the customer happy. The trees we sell are the best available, and our lots are models of cleanliness and safety. Still, we do not take our success for granted. We know that without you, our dear and valued customer, we would not be in business. That is why at Santa’s Treeland, the customer is our number one priority. Stop in for a tree this year, and let us serve you!

We carry trees in sizes from table top to 20 feet.

Noble fir

Noble fir

Considered by many to be the “Cadillac” of the Christmas trees, the Noble Fir enjoys the reputation as having the most technically perfect branch structure of all the popular breeds. The unique layered quality of the foliage also lends itself to great ease in decorating. A great all-around tree, the Noble Fir’s highly visible characteristics make it the definitive Christmas tree in the eyes of its numerous and faithful admirers.

Douglas fir

Douglas fir

In sharp contrast to the technical perfection of the Noble Fir, the Douglas Fir’s thick, dense foliage make it the preferred tree for those who like a more bushy, natural appearance. Generally regarded as having the look of a a classic “country” Christmas tree, the Douglas Fir is the tree many associate with the old days when dad and the kids would trudge out into the woods and cut down their own tree.

Grand fir

Grand fir

With its distinctly long, wide and fragrant needles, the Grand Fir is unique. Sharing the bushy quality of the Douglas Fir, but with a rougher, more textured appearance, the Grand Fir is in many ways a connoisseur’s Christmas tree. Easily the most fragrant of all the modern breeds, the needles can achieve a lush, dark green that is unmistakable. While not a tree for everyone, a top-tier Grand Fir can achieve one of the most dramatic presentations you will ever be likely to see in a Christmas tree.

Oregon’s noble vintage

Oregons noble vintage

When you see this tag, you are looking at the “creme de la creme”. The best of the best. When you see this tag, you are looking at an Oregon’s Noble Vintage. No other tree we have ever sold can boast the sheer number of hours spent lavishing over every last detail to assure absolute perfection as can the Oregon’s Noble Vintage. From seedling to harvest, these trees are bred to be the finest tree in the field. While not for everyone, the Oregon’s Noble Vintage is available for those who want the very best.

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  • 1 MARK SIMO // Nov 26, 2012 at 4:32 pm

    WE ARE LOOKING FOR 15 FEET REAL CHRISTMAS TREES, DO YOU ALL HAVE ANY?

  • 2 marie // Nov 27, 2012 at 9:47 am

    Hello Mark, yes we do have 15′ noble fir trees.. And also 14′ Fraser fir.

    Thank you,
    Marie

  • 3 Gus Fabrega // Nov 5, 2013 at 9:16 am

    Looking for a Noble Fir live tree in a large pot to plant after chiristmas. Would like it to be 6′ to 7′ feet tall. Looking forward to your e-mail…..Gus

  • 4 Michele Clarke // Nov 22, 2013 at 9:20 pm

    Do you have any sturdy christmas trees we have cats that somehow end up in the tree looking for a 7 isn foot tree that can withstand cats

  • 5 lazetica // Nov 25, 2013 at 11:28 am

    Hi I need a 8″ or so, what is the price range? Are they smelling fresh?

  • 6 marie // Nov 27, 2013 at 7:42 pm

    I have 8′ noble fir trees. The price range $115.00. They smell very good.

  • 7 marie // Nov 27, 2013 at 7:44 pm

    I think you need a sturdy Christmas tree stand and tree. Yes, I do

    Thank you

  • 8 marie // Nov 27, 2013 at 7:44 pm

    Sorry don’t have any potted trees this year.

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