Tree Stands and Tree Care

Tree Care Tips

To get the most out or your tree, we suggest the following:

As soon as you get home, cut 1 to 2 cm off the base of the tree (or score with a sharp knife) to refresh the cut and allow the tree to drink water (it will behave just like a bunch of flowers, possibly droop initially then perk up.
Place the tree in water immediately, even if you are not ready to set it up
Use clean fresh water.Additives not necessary but, a very little bit of lemon juice or vinegar helps inhibit bacteria growth 
Any wilting will usually disappear within 24 hours
Ensure that the tree never runs out of water (it will draw 2 to 4 litres of  water each day in the first few days, depending on the size and type)
The tree ideally should not be placed in direct hot sun by a window.  Very few needles are lost if the water is maintained and tree kept in cool area.

Tree Stands

WE HAVE SOME MEDIUM AND LARGE SIZE AVAILABLE 

We offer you two sizes of Christmas Tree stands that will cope with trees from 1.5 to 3.5 meters (approx 5 to 12 feet).
These stands are a quality USA manufactured brand, and will last for many years. - No more precariously tied trees!

Rugged and very stable (you can screw them to a board for added stability)
Clasp the tree firmly
Large water reservoir
Spill guard
Long lasting

This video will be useful to show you how to erect the tree in the stand securely

 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKWH_WRHRyc&t=4s

To get your real Christmas Tree home safely we offer an optional tree wrapping service. Alternatively bring your own tarpaulin.

A Bale/wrapping fee is $6.00 per tree of 2 meters and under. Larger trees may not be able to go through bailer.

Wrapping your tree:

Allows you to get them in and out of the car much more easily
Protects your tree on your way home
Suggestion to simplify setting the tree up:- Place (firmly) your stand on tree while laying down.  Put tree upright, fill water trough and keep full.

Tree Disposal

We stock huge tree disposal bags
Use as tree skirt and then pull up over tree, tie and remove tree (no mess)