OFFICE:
HERBERTS PINE HOLLOW FARM
992 Liberty Lane NW
North Canton, Ohio 44720
PH: 330-494-0841
FAX: 330-966-8432

 
FARM:
2097 Park Road SE
Carrollton, OH 44615
PH: 330-739-2241

Tree Types


Austrian Pine

Stiff dark green needles in clusters of two, usually three to seven inches long. Rugged fast growing and resistant to highway and city conditions.Very good cut tree needle retention. Also known as black pine.

Scotch Pine

Dark to medium green color with firm branches. Needles range from 1 1/2 to 3 inches long and grow in clusters of two. Very good cut tree needle retention.

White Pine

Lacy-looking with bluish green color. Needles are soft two to five inches long and grow in clusters of five. Easy to decorate, but heavy ornaments tend to pull down the soft branches. Excellent fast growing landscape tree. Excellent cut tree needle retention.

Blue Spruce

Heavy, dense limbs with bluish green, short prickly needles. Cut tree needle retention is only fair, so tree will last only two to three weeks. Popular landscape tree that is often sold B&B(balled and burlapped) for planting after Christmas.

White Spruce

Heavy, dense limbs with green, short prickly about one inch long needles. Cut tree needle retention is only fair. Very good landscape tree that grows dense and symetrical.

Norway Spruce

Shiny dark green needles which are not longer than one inch and grow singly. Cut tree needle retention is only fair. Excellent windbreak tree that is often sold B&B for planting after Christmas.

Fraser Fir

Becoming a customer favorite, has short, flat-bottomed needle and appears to have a dark green top with silvery bottom. Excellent cut tree needle retention and tree easily holds heavy ornaments.
Canaan Fir
Short single needle has bluish-green top with silvery bottom. Cut tree needle retention is very good and tree easily holds heavy ornaments. Sold in Ohio as a landscape tree to be planted in areas where it is not possible to grow Fraser fir.

Concolor Fir

"White" fir has soft single silver-blue to silvery-green needles. Needles have fragrant citrus aroma. Cut tree needle retention is excellent. Very good landscape tree.

Douglas Fir

Very soft, inch long, single needles are flat on the bottom. Tree often appears to have a soft blue tint. This is the only tree in this list that we do not grow.

We thank Ohio State University Cooperative Extension Service and the Ohio Christmas Tree Association for the information they provided so we could prepare the above summary.



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Herberts Pine Hollow Farm
992 Liberty Lane NW
North Canton, Ohio 44720-1600


OFFICE: 330-494-0841
FAX: 330-966-8432