109 Spittler Road, Pine Grove, Pennsylvania 17963
Phone: (570) 449-5020

Varieties of Christmas Trees Available
at Levan's Tree Farm

Great selection of live douglas fir, fraser fir, concolor fir, and Berkey's blue spruce, at Levan's Christmas Tree Farm in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, just NE of Harrisburg, PA.Most families have a favorite variety of Christmas tree that you prefer to see in your home. Often, that's the same variety your parents had when you were a child. But as couples marry, new families form, and new traditions are established, there may come a time to select a new family favorite.

Pricing
Douglas Fir
4 ft. $25
5 ft. $30
6 ft. $35
7 ft. $40
8 ft. $45
9 ft. $50
10 ft. $60
11 ft. $70
12 ft. $80
13 ft. $90
14 ft. $100
15 ft $110
Fraser Fir
4 ft. $25
5 ft. $30
6 ft. $35
7 ft. $40
8 ft. $45
9 ft. $50
10 ft. $60
11 ft. $70
12 ft. $80
Concolor Fir
4 ft. $25
5 ft. $30
6 ft. $35
7 ft. $40

Berkeys Blue Spruce
4 ft. $25
5 ft. $30
6 ft. $35
7 ft. $40
8 ft. $45

Levan's Christmas Tree Farm planted our first trees in 2001, after attending many seminars offered by the Penn State Co-op Extension, and the Pennsylvania Christmas Tree Growers Association. Our goal was to provide you an opportunity for choice, carefully selecting trees for their frangrance, feel, needle retention, and durability after the tree is cut.

We current offer the following varieties of Christmas Trees.

(Click on tree names below for more imformation and photos.)

Closeup of the branches of a douglas fir Christmas tree at Levan's Christmas Tree Farm in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, NE of Harrisburg.  Several beautiful douglas fir Christmas trees for you to choose and cut at Levan's Christmas Tree Farm in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, NE of HarrisburgThese beautiful, hearty trees were once particularly abundant in forests that had been ravaged by fire-while many other trees perished, the thick barked Douglas fir often survived. The Douglas Fir is not related to true firs.

The thickness and spreading branches make the Douglas Fir a favorite in many homes, and it is now grown commercially in order to meet supply.


Close up of the needles on fraser fir Christmas trees, growing at Levan's Christmas Tree Farm in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, NE of HarrisburgBeautiful and fragrant fraser fir Christmas trees at Levan's Christmas Tree Farm in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, NE of HarrisburgThe Fraser fir got its name from the Scot botanist, John Fraser, who found the tree in the southern Appalachians.

The Fraser fir closely resembles the Balsam. The flattened leaves are dark-green, and form a medial grove on the upper side, and two, silvery-white bands on the lower surface, a pleasing contrast that seems to sparkle in the lights.

Fraser firs ship well and retain their pleasant fragrance.


The feathery beauty of the concolor fir Christmas tree, choose and cut Christmas tree farm at Levan's Christmas Tree Farm in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, NE of HarrisburgA large selection of concolor fir Christmas trees at Levan's Christmas Tree Farm in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, NE of HarrisburgSometimes known as a white fir, the Concolor fir has good foliage color, a pleasing natural shape and aroma, and good needle retention. Leaves (needles) are small and narrow and occur in rows.

On upper branches, needles tend to be thicker and more curved than those on lower branches.

Needles are usually 1/2 to 1 1/2 inch long, pointed or notched at the tip, bluish-green when young.


Close up of the silvery blue needles of the vivid Berkey's Blue Spruce, sold as choose and cut or balled and burlap at Levan's Christmas Tree Farm in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, NE of HarrisburgBeautiful for Christmas trees and landscaping, the Berkey's Blue spruce at Levan's Christmas Tree Farm in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, NE of HarrisburgAs the name implies, this tree has an attractive, silvery blue foliage that seems to shine in the light. We grow Berkey's Blue Spruce, the bluest tree ever!

The blue spruce has a extremely symmetrical, natural form, requiring minimal shearing.

Some may notice that the younger leaves higher in the tree are symmetrically shorter than the lower branches.


(Click on tree names above for more imformation and photos.)