It depends on where you live in the country and what types of Christmas trees are the closest, although they can be trucked in 100’s of miles.
Nationwide, the most popular is Frasier fir, folowed by Douglas fir and Balsam fir. The site cited lists the top ten in popularity.
However, to get the freshest tree (and avoid contributing to environmental costs of trucking), you should buy what’s grown locally if possible. Locally grown species might be very different. For example: the four species that make up the majority of sales from Lousiana farms are the Leyland cypress , Arizona Cypress , Virginia pine and Eastern red cedar.
Among the longer-needled pine species, the most common is Scots pine
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