Native to the appalachian mountains of the southeastern United States. Widely used as Christmas trees, the Frasier Fir has been used more then any other species of tree as the official White House Christmas Tree.
Also known as a balsam fir, the caanan fir is native to the majority of the northeastern United States. Very popular as a Christmas Tree across the United States, caanan fir branches also make a great wreath.
The Douglas Fir (not technically a fir tree) has been commonly used as Christmas Trees since the 1920s. The Douglas fir is native to the western part of the United States with the Coast Douglas Fir and Rocky Mountain Douglas Fir being the most common varieties.