As far as cut trees, such as for the holidays, the Colorado Blue Spruce appears to hold its needles the longest. It is often sold “living” with its root ball intact to be planted outside after the holidays. The white pine and the Scotch pine can retain their needles for up to four weeks. The Frasier and Douglas firs also have good needle retention. As far as out in nature, the Douglas fir can live for a thousand years! Hard to beat that for needle retention….
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