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My wife and I grow Christmas trees in the remote wilderness of the Oregon Coast Range. Since 1971, I have perfected the art of growing miniature Christmas trees. Although we have retailed all sizes and shapes of our Christmas trees, our focus has always been 'tabletops': a small tree to be noticed and enjoyed without taking over a limited space. Many of our little trees are placed at gravesites to share and remember a lost loved one. Children are given the wee trees to decorate their rooms. Long-time customers place the small trees aboard boats or in RVs. Teachers share their trees with students. Shop owners proudly displace these bonzai trees on countertops. In rest homes. Dorm rooms. Hospitals. Mobile homes. Any living space where a large tree may overwhelm, a miniature Christmas tree will give holiday spirit. We have three kinds of trees sizes 18" to 42". While the Noble Fir is our most popular tree many prefer the Grand Fir (a true balsam fir) or Scotch Pine.

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