The Canaan Fir is a relative newcomer to the Christmas tree market. They share characteristics of both the Fraser and Balsam species, and are considered a natural cross by some. The A+3's average 14 inches and range from 10 to 18 inches in length.
The Canaan Fir has good needle retention and natural late flushing trait making it resistant to frost damage. This makes an attractive landscape plant or Christmas tree. It does better on wetter sites than Fraser fir, but does prefer good drainage.