Holidays 2021

Our Tree Lot is open and they are beautiful! Wreaths and Garland are in as well New shipments of trees will occur on Tuesday and Friday mornings with the lot being closed for a few hours so we can set up and tag.

Special Notes About 2021 Trees & Procedures

Because of this past summer’s intense heat and drought, we are making sure everyone knows: 

Although our trees are beautiful and may show no signs of heat stress, we suspect there may be more early needle drop this year. To avoid early needle drop, we suggest you: 
        • keep trees outside as long as you can 
        • keep your tree well watered 
        • keep trees away from heat sources, and keep the room cooler as well!
We do not take returns on Christmas trees.
 
Due to supply chain issues and staff shortages, we have had to make the following adjustments:
 
* We are building custom wooden stand for 8-9′ trees and above, and we are scheduling deliveries, but cannot bring the tree inside your home again this year.
* Delivery days may be limited to Tuesday thru Friday.

Our trees look beautiful! We are so lucky to have worked with the same tree farm for 33 years! 

2021 Tree Options:

We mostly had Noble Fir, Nordmann Fir, and Fraser Firs this year. We have some Douglas Firs which are dense with soft needles and less beefy branches. Here’s how the others differ:

Noble Fir

Noble Fir is a classic Christmas Tree with rich fragrance, well spaced, sturdy branches, and conical form. It can be narrow or bushy, and can have wide open spaces for hanging ornaments.

Nordmann Fir has deep color, dense foliage and light fragrance. They are very full trees in terms of both branches and foliage, and they have excellent needle retention.

Fraser Fir has sturdy branches that curve upwards, for a slimmer shape. Needles are dark on top and light underneath giving it a wintery frosted-appearance. Pleasant woodsy scent.

Tree Longevity

If you buy a tree early, leave it outside as long as possible. Make sure to put the fresh cut trunk in water right away, indoors or out. When it does come inside, set it up away from a heat source. Remember, these are not living trees, and they had a very dry summer.

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