Balsam Hill takes inspiration from nature’s most popular Christmas trees to craft artificial trees in amazing detail. Watch this video to see the innovative features that mimic the structure, texture, and color of real evergreens. These trees are considered our most realistic artificial Christmas trees.

6. Aspen Silver Fir™


The Aspen Silver Fir features blue-green branch tips with a mix of round and flat needles that closely mimic the real Rocky Mountain Fir. One of the top trees of our Signature Collection Christmas trees, our fir tree has complete True Needle foliage to give you our most realistic-looking tree. Its layered open branch structure gives the Aspen Silver Fir natural style and balance. Removable pinecones perched on its sturdy branches provide a touch of color contrast to the tree.

5. Centennial Fir Instant Evergreen™

Centennial Fir

Named after the Centennial State, this tree is based on the statuesque firs of Aspen, Colorado. With its realistic design and innovative features, our Centennial Fir features light brown accented stems that lead to five-way forking tips, which provide ideal support for your favorite Christmas ornaments. Its generous, teardrop silhouette with an abundant blend of natural-green and grass-green tips add to the tree’s lifelike appearance.

4. BH Fraser Fir™

The BH Fraser Fir is our own version of the Abies fraseri, a native to North Carolina and the Appalachian states. It is a favorite Christmas tree because of its warm brown branches and vibrant green needle tips with silver undersides. Each lifelike branch features intricate forked tips which, along with the tree’s generous profile and lush, dense interior, gives you more ways to hang your collection of ornaments.


3. BH Noble Fir™

The BH Noble Fir is our version of the Abies procera, a long-beloved tree native to the West Coast, which has plump needles, slender stems, and a beautiful teardrop profile. Our tree also has the distinct soft gray-green hue and fresh-green shading of the rounded needles of its natural counterpart. Its slightly downward-sloping branches are soft to the touch yet strong enough to support heavier ornaments. The tree’s sturdy structure is perfect for those who love to fill their tree with large decorations.


2. Vermont White Spruce™

Modeled after New England’s Picea glauca, the elegant and lifelike Vermont White Spruce tree features a full silhouette with upward-sloping branches, dark brown stems, and long, lush needles. Its natural grass-green hue makes this spruce tree a stunning backdrop for your ornaments and trimmings.


1. BH Balsam Fir™

BH Balsam Fir features the teardrop shape and light-green needles of Abies balsamea in lifelike detail. Its full-figured silhouette is composed of upward-sloping branches perfect for holding delicate ornaments; while lush, semi-flat branch tips have brown-tinged stems that make it look and feel real.


Create a setting for enchanting celebrations with these artificial trees that display all the attractive qualities you look for in a Christmas tree–most important of which is looking and feeling like the real thing. Available unlit and pre-lit and offered as a Flip Tree™ and with Easy Plug™ quick set-up features, our trees come in different shapes, profiles, and foliage types.

Enjoy the convenience and beauty of realistic artificial Christmas trees for many holiday seasons to come. To know more about choosing the right tree, go to Balsam Hill today.


  1. Carolyn J. Kitchen Reply

    1. Colorado Mountain Spruce would purchase a heartbeat if tree was offered in “Candlelight LED” 6.5’ to 7.5’.

    2. Aspen Silver Fir would purchase Candlelight LED tree if version offered with the “EASY PLUG” 6.5’ to 7.5’.

    3. Vermont White Spruce would consider purchase if tree was offered in “Candlelight LED” 6.5’ to 7.5’. (We had this tree from Christmas 2007 to Christmas 2016. (Each Christmas we had to change out over 100 Clear Incandescent Bulbs! In addition one year a Balsam Hill replaced a whole section of our Vermont White Spruce)!

    4. Centennial Fir meets all my “MOST REALISTIC” tree requirements as above; except, unsure of its rounded shape as cannot see the actual tree.

    I decorate Christmas in Early American, Colonial Williamsburg, and/or “Charles Dickens”. However, since retired to Florida…some British Colonial/West Indies.

    Love Balsam Hill Trees and BH Customer Service Team is stellar!!!

  2. I need a 4 1/2 ft tree, but I want both clear and colored lights and my ornaments are old and kind of heavy. what do you recommend? I’ve looked at your trees for years and they are beautiful. This will be the last tree I buy, I know. So I want it to be the one!

  3. Melissa Stover Reply

    I am very interested in your beautiful Christmas trees. Do you have a catalog? If so, may I get one to shop for my family tree?

    Thank you. Information listed below.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year…

    Melissa Stover

    • Balsam Hill Reply

      Hi Melissa,

      I’m sorry to say that we aren’t sending out catalogs at the moment. However, you can still check our main site for your family tree. If you want to be part of our next catalog mailing list, please sign up here.

  4. I would like to know if the foliage on your trees is the same throughout the whole tree. It seems that the foliage closer to the interior of the trees is not made of the same foliage, rather a less dense one used as a “filler.” Please correct me if I’m wrong.

    • Balsam Hill Reply

      Hi Nora,

      It’s true that each tree uses different ratios of PE and PVC needles in their foliage. You can find this information in a pie chart under the foliage section.

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