[common misspellings: Frazer Fir, Frasier Fir]
Fraser Fir will develop all of the classic looks of a Christmas tree at maturity, featuring short, soft, dark-green needles with silver undersides. It is a beautiful ornamental, and is widely considered the finest Christmas tree in North America (and most commonly misspelled: Frazer Fir, Frasier Fir, Fraser Fur, Frazier Fir, etc.). Fraser Fir plug seedlings are almost always the first species to sell out year after year.
SOLD OUT till Fall 2021
This species of true Fir will grow to a maximum height of 50 feet [rarely to 80ft], and will flourish in fertile, rich & sandy soils which are slightly acidic. They must have good drainage to prevent phytophthora root rot and other crown rot diseases.
Fraser are famous as Christmas trees for not dropping their needles until long after the holidays. If they are kept properly watered after being freshly cut, needle drop will not start for more than a month!
Fraser Fir are tolerant of shade, but tend to prefer full sun. A good rule of thumb is to plant them from Tennessee north, but you can also plant Fraser Fir farther south if in areas of higher elevation.Individual Packaging Options:
Plug seedlings are grouped together in bundles for shipping, but we offer individual plastic packaging, eco-friendly packaging, and cotton gift bag packaging for all sizes of plug seedlings, sold separately in matching quantities. These individual packaging services are available for plug seedlings only.
Fraser Fir are so similar to Balsam Fir plug seedlings that scientists believe that not too long ago they were one and the same…”not too long ago”, as in tens of thousands of years ago.
PLANT IN RECORD TIME:
Watch how to plant evergreen seedling plugs faster and with less effort than any other type of “bare root” evergreen tree. With just a cordless drill, a garden cart or wheelbarrow, a 5 gallon bucket of water, and any old/dull/rusty 1 inch drill bit you have lying around, you can realistically plant one plug seedling per minute. Your back will thank us later 🙂
Fraser Fir plug seedlings: characteristics and info
• prefers hardiness zones 4-7
• prefers full sun to partial shade
• mature height and spread: up to 50 ft high [rarely to 80ft], 20 ft spread
• prefers slightly acidic soils, rich well draining soils, sandy soils, avoid wet or swampy soils
• Missouri Botanical Garden info on Abies fraseri
• Fraser Fir Sizes and Availability:
--- Fraser Fir seedlings [sold out till Fall 2021 or later]
--- Fraser Fir transplants [sold out till Fall 2021 or later]
--- Fraser Fir plug seedlings [sold out till Fall 2021]
--- Fraser Fir plug transplants [discontinued]
--- Fraser Fir conservation grade plug transplants [sold out till Fall 2021 or later]
• Comparable alternative species: Balsam Fir, Canaan Fir, Concolor Fir, and Douglas Fir. Confused about species? Check out our Evergreen Tree Buyers Guide
Prices below include all shipping and handling and a one year guarantee*:
5-pack for $33.00 (5 evergreen plug seedlings)
10-pack for $47.00 (10 evergreen plug seedlings)
25-pack for $83.00 (25 evergreen plug seedlings)
50-pack for $139.00 (50 evergreen plug seedlings)
100-pack for $199.00 (100 evergreen plug seedlings)