Catherine has Christmas Covered

 

Fresh cut Fraser Fir trees are coming from the North Carolina line! To ensure freshness they are being cut and delivered at 2 separate times:

First delivery November 26

Second delivery December 3

 

Limited supply, so book yours here now!

75 4-5 foot, $40

100 5-6 foot $50

100 6-7 foot $60

Click here for some care instructions and information from Shackley Farms, the grower.

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We will also have holiday wreaths for sale! Click here to order!

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Here are some care instructions and information from Shackley Farms, the grower.

 

How We Grow Fraser Fir Christmas Trees

We take pride in the quality of our evergreen products. With distribution centers in North Carolina and Virginia, we are able to produce, store, and package all of our items in a climate-controlled environment so they arrive to our customers as fresh as the day they were cut. All products are individually inspected to ensure quality and consistency.

 

Sustainable Farming

Shatley Farms uses the most innovative and environmentally sound production methods on our tree farms to provide a quality product at a competitive price.

These values are important to us not only as a business but also a member of the community. We believe in social responsibility and use our knowledge of sustainable and environmentally friendly farming practices to ensure worker safety and a greener planet.

 

Care

Your tree is as fresh as a cut tree can be.

  1. Prepare the stand and spot. Be sure it is away from a heat vent or heat source.

  2. Make a straight 1/4" cut at the bottom of the tree trunk and put it in water.

  3. Water it every day. It will drink the most during the first week. It will drink as much as a gallon. Don't let the water run out.

  4. Keep it in a cool place. Turn the heat back in this room whenever you can.

 

Resources

https://www.gardenbetty.com/how-to-make-a-christmas-tree-last-longer/#8-common-questions-about-keeping-christmas-trees-fresh

 

https://virginiachristmastrees.org/facts/