Fresh-Cut Christmas Trees
Fraser Fir Christmas Trees
Experience a family tradition Pick out the perfect fresh-cut Christmas trees from our premium, #1 quality trees
Benefits Of A Real Christmas Tree
Real Christmas Trees Benefit the Environment
While they’re growing, Real Christmas Trees support life by absorbing carbon dioxide and other gases and emitting fresh oxygen. The farms that grow Christmas Trees stabilize soil and protect water supplies.
Real Christmas Trees Are Renewable
Real Christmas Trees are grown on farms just like any other agricultural crop. To ensure a constant supply, Christmas Tree growers plant one to three new seedlings for every tree they harvest. On the other hand, artificial trees are a petroleum-based product manufactured primarily in Chinese factories. The average family uses an artificial tree for only six to nine years before throwing it away, where it will remain in a landfill for centuries after disposal.
Real Christmas Trees Are Recyclable
Real Christmas Trees are biodegradable, which means they can be easily reused or recycled for mulch and other purposes.
Real Christmas Trees Help Preserve Green Spaces
Real Christmas Trees are often grown on soil that does not support other crops.
A Family Tradition
Christmas Tree Care Tips
Follow these Christmas Tree Care Tips and we’re sure your fresh-cut tree will add color, fragrance and spirit during the Christmas season as the family gathers around.
NO HEAT VENTS
Keep your tree away from sources of heat (fireplaces, heaters, heat vents, direct sunlight).
KEEP IT COOL
Lower the temperature in the room where your tree is located. Keep the room at 65 degrees or below if possible. Trees don’t like hot rooms.
OPEN UP THE FLOW
Make a fresh cut off the bottom of the trunk when you purchase your tree. This will open up the vascular system of the tree so it can take up water properly.
Immediately get the tree home and place the tree in a large bucket of water for 24 hours. The tree will absorb a lot of water initially.
TOP OFF WATER DAILY
Move the tree into the house and set up in your tree stand. Make sure the water level in the stand never drops below the base of the tree (where the fresh cut was made). If the cut end of the tree dries out, it will quickly form a resin and will no longer be able to absorb water (like blocking off a drinking straw).