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8ft Traditional Cut Noble Fir - "Rudolph"

$499.00 $299.00
Size: 8 feet
8 feet

True to their name, Noble fir Christmas trees are the centrepiece of your holiday decor fit for royalty. Well in excess of standard ceiling height, our 8ft Noble Fir makes a statement that is impossible to ignore.  

Only 30 available for the 2021 Season!

Due to the extreme weather events this summer, there is an industry-wide shortage in the supply of trees with some retailers even importing their tree from the United States. Noble Firs are one of our most requested varietals, so we've sourced a limited batch hand picked and cut by hand by our team. Quantities are limited and you may notice some increase in prices, which reflects the increase in the wholesale prices of the trees. 

Update 12/12/2021: We have sourced 5 more!

Good news! We've been able to find 5 more Nobles and have made them available for purchase.


About Noble Fir - 'Abies procera'

Noble fir trees are a beloved holiday tree species, featuring deep blue-green needles and cones that showcase trademark spikey bracts. In nature, noble fir trees are the largest varietals (sometimes reaching 260 feet tall), making them a great option if you're looking for an especially tall tree for an office building or two-story entryway.

Boughs of the noble fir are often made into wreaths due to its sturdy but flexible branches. Like with other cut trees, it's recommended that you cut a fresh slice off the trunk once you arrive home with your tree to allow it to absorb optimal water, and continue to water it every day.

Delivery & Pickup

All of our trees come with free delivery, setup, and pick-up, including the rental of a tree stand for cut trees.

You will be asked to select your preferred date and time to receive your tree at checkout. We offer 3 hour time windows for our delivery and pick-up appointments, as follows: 9am - 12pm, 12pm - 3pm, 3pm - 6pm, 6pm - 9pm. Please note that availabilities may vary based on your location.

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Care Instructions


DO keep your tree’s stand full of water. If the tree stand dries up, the sap will harden around the trunk and the Christmas tree will no longer be able to drink or absorb sufficient water through the hardened sap.  


DON’T place your tree next to your fireplace or heater. The last thing we want is a crispy tree, so let’s minimize any fire risk.