Live Christmas trees! Nothing spruces up the house with the fragrant piney scent of Christmas like a live Christmas tree!! Family and friends will bask in the comfort and joy of the season when they visit and share in the wonder that only a live Christmas tree can deliver! Not only are live Christmas trees a tradition of the holiday, they are also biodegradable so once the Christmas and new year season have passed you can recycle your Frasier fir and use it for mulch and other outdoor garden material. Another neat fact about Christmas tree farms is that they plant three to four new trees each year for every Christmas tree cut down, so this means that our Frasier firs are renewable.
Frasier Fir Christmas Trees! Come visit us at Oakdale Greenhouses to pick out your very own hand-selected LIVE Frasier fir Christmas tree! Our Local and well established business is proud to be able to offer a nice assortment of Christmas trees from our nursery each year. No need to travel far in order to buy that well-rounded Christmas tree that everyone will be talking about. We go out each year and carefully pick healthy, pristine Frasier firs to offer our customers here in the Charlotte metro area.
All of the hand-picked Christmas trees available at our Christmas tree lot, right here at Oakdale Greenhouses, are ready to go. The Christmas tree farms that provide us with the top-grade Frasier firs have put a lot of time and care into making sure that these holiday trees last long and stay fresh and green. When picking a Christmas tree check the vitality by breaking off a few needles. If they are nice and green, fragrant, and moist, and don’t fall off when you brush against the tree, then you have found a well-cared for Christmas tree.
To care for your Christmas tree, once you’ve taken it home and placed it where you want it, just follow these simple steps: 1) Plenty of water! Keep the water -level (in the tree stand) up to the base of the tree. No additives are required. Keeping the temperature cool in the room where your Christmas tree stands is also suggested. 2) Cut off the Christmas tree lights before retiring in the evenings.