Cut Christmas Trees

Southwood carries two kinds of live cut Christmas Trees: Noble Firs and Nordmann Firs. Both varieties are known for a their classic pyramid shape, soft needles and stiff branches able to hold heavy ornaments and lights.  

All Southwood Trees may be delivered within the immediate Tulsa area, with both curb-side and in-house delivery options available. Please contact us for details.  Southwood trees start at $59.99.

Noble Fir

Noble Fir

Noble Fir

Noble Firs

The Noble fir is know for its symmetrical shape and has a deep blue-green color. Its foliage is dense and its sturdy branch formation and upturned needles allow for an excellent display of lights and ornaments.  Noble firs are aromatic to fill the house with holiday scent. 

Nordmann Fir, Click for Detail

Nordmann Fir

Nordmann Firs

A Nordmann Fir has a rich green foliage, soft needles, and is resistant to shedding needles as the tree dries. It's a great choice for some families where allergies or sensitivity to Christmas trees is a concern as the Nordmann has very little fragrance.

Snow Flocking

We usually don't get a White Christmas in Green Country, but with snow flocking it can at least look like a winter wonderland in your home! Any Southwood Cut Christmas Tree can be snow flocked, or you can pick from several pre-flocked trees.  Curious as to how this is done?  Check out a video of how we snow-flock trees!

Wreaths & Roping

Southwood carries an extensive selection of live wreaths and roping to complete your holiday decor.  Wreaths range from 16" to 56" in diameter.   We also carry cedar and mixed roping (sold by the foot) and well as bundles of holiday boughs.

Mixed Wreath Detail

Living Christmas Trees

Enjoy your tree for YEARS to come! Southwood offers a variety of living Christmas trees as well as cut trees.  Living trees can only tolerate indoor conditions for a limited amount of time, so please talk to a staff member about best practices for having a living Christmas tree in your home as well as planting guides for after the holidays.