Canaan Fir is often compared to Fraser and Balsam Fir when it comes to its growing pattern and style. Positively, Canaan Fir has excellent needle retention.
Canaan Fir trees are typically used for windbreak, christmas trees, and landscaping purposes.
This tree is known to offer nesting and shelter areas during the winter for many birds and mammals. It also produces seed that acts a food source for birds and squirrels alike.
History & Lore
The name ‘Canaan Fir’ comes from the Canaan Valley northeast of Elkins, West Virginia.