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Consider the Varieties
- Originally a native of North Carolina, the 7-9 foot Fraser Fir is a great Christmas tree because of its density and compactness. Decorative 2-4’ Fraser Firs are also available.
- Sourced from Oregon, 8-9 foot Noble Firs have long been considered a classic Christmas tree because of their majestic beauty, rich fragrance and stiff branches. These premium trees have excellent needle retention and have a bluish-green tint on top but appear silver.
- Last, but not least, the Nordman Fir is the European Christmas tree of choice, also sourced from Oregon, are available in 6-8 foot heights at all stores This handsome fir is highly symmetric with dark green glossy needles that are not sharp.
- Make sure the tree has been freshly cut. Cut 1-2 inches off the base before placing in tree stand.
- Make sure your tree has plenty of water to prevent drying, the tree will drink up to a quart of water a day in the first week or two.
- Place your tree away from fireplaces, radiators, television sets and other heat sources, these elements can prematurely dry out your tree
- Turn off all lights and decorations before going to bed or anytime you leave home.
- Be careful not to overload electrical outlets.
For your convenience we have tree stands for sale in-store. There are also a wide variety of fresh wreaths available including boxwood, magnolia, and evergreens.