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Fresh Cut Fir Trees From Pennsylvania


Tree Care After You Get Home

Refresh  the tree by making a straight cut, taking about 1/2 inch off the butt  and immediately place tree in water. This will improve water uptake. Even if you do not bring the tree inside for a few days, keep it in  water outside or in a garage. Note- if your tree is drilled for a pin  stand, do not cut more than 1/4 inch off the butt. A deeper cut may  cause the drilled hole to be too short for your pin stand.
 

Place the tree in a stand that can hold at least 1 gallon of water. You  should expect the tree to take up additional water. Trees usually take a lot of water for the first few days. Water the new tree until water  uptake stops.
 

Check  water level daily. Always keep the base of a tree in water. If the base  dries out, resin will form over the cut end and the tree will not be able to absorb water and will dry out quickly. You don't need anything other than regular tap water. Commercial mixes, aspirin, sugar or other additives introduced into the water are not necessary. Research has shown that plain water keeps a tree fresh.
 

Your  tree will remain fresh and green and hold it's needles for at least 3-4  weeks (or longer) if kept watered and not allowed to dry out. 


Learn More

 To see photos and to learn more about individual tree species go to: 


http://www.njchristmastrees.org/types_of_trees.html 


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Tim and Miriam Dunne
118 Beechwood Rd
Belvidere (White Township) NJ 07823
908-763-9920 cell
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Hours: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or by arrangement
 

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