Our Nordman Fir seed source is from country of Georgia. This tree is favored for its long life span, softer needles, and excellent needle retention. It is also fragrant-free, making it a great Christmas tree choice for families that suffer from allergies typically related to common Christmas trees.
There are many uses for this species of Nordmann Fir including Christmas trees, privacy screens, and ornamental in landscaping. Its soft, white wood a favored in construction work. Due to the declining climate change, the Nordman Fir is also commonly used in Europe as reforestation tree.
This tree offers food, shelter, and habitats for many birds and small mammals.
History & Lore
The Nordmann Fir seed was collected in the village of Bakhmaro in country of Georgia. It is native to several areas including Turkey, Georgia, Northern Armenia, the mountains around the Black Sea, and the Russian Caucasus. This tree was discovered and named after Alexander van Nordmann, a botanist from Finland, who first discovered the tree growing country of Georgia.