Christmas Trees and Holiday Decor for Sale Online
Preorder begins on October 15th! Shipping for the majority of the products will begin the week of November 22nd. If you would like the items to ship at a later date, please specify this in the notes to Customer Service at Checkout.
Turning your home into a winter wonderland for the holidays offers you the opportunity to add fresh Christmas plants, like a set of blossoming poinsettias or a proud, towering Fraser fir, to your home. Eggnog, stockings, and some holiday music help you get into the Christmas spirit. But it’s the holiday décor, blossoming plants, and lively Christmas trees, that bring the holidays into your home.
Whether you choose to bring fresh or artificial Christmas plants into your home, both offer benefits. However, there is truly nothing that can compare to the natural beauty and aroma of fresh Christmas plants. With Christmas Trees, their aroma actually varies, depending on the type of tree that you pick. The varieties of living, fresh-cut Christmas trees also cater to your needs. The white pine Christmas tree, for example, is ideal for those with allergies, while the Fraser fir Christmas tree is an excellent choice if you want to spend more time admiring your tree and less time picking up its needles.
Live holiday plants make great gifts to send to friends or loved ones whom you may not be able to see during the holidays. Let friends and family know you are thinking of them with these special gifts. The best part, they can keep them year-round as a reminder of your thoughtfulness during the holiday seasons. If your outdoor gardens are dormant for the season, it’s also an opportunity to use your green thumb during the winter. After the holidays, you can continue to nurture some of these plants, such as Cyclamen, so they last more than just the winter.
Buy Fresh Cut Christmas Trees From Garden Goods Direct
Ready to light up your home with the unmatched beauty of our Christmas trees at Garden Goods Direct? Buy your fresh cut tree online today!
Finding the perfect Christmas tree shop or nursery can prove to be challenging at times, but you can find everything you need to know right here so that you can make a sound choice. Buying your Christmas tree online also does do away with the hassle of transporting your tree home so get yours today from Garden Goods Direct! When you shop with Garden Goods Direct, you can have Christmas delivered right to your doorstep.
This season, trust America’s number one online garden center for all your holiday needs. We nurture and provide the live Christmas trees, wreaths, and garlands that you’re looking to add to your home this Christmas so that you can enjoy your holidays with peace of mind.
When Does Ordering Begin?
No need to wait to order your tree or greens; during the checkout process, you may enter your preferred delivery date in the notes section. Place your order today, sit back and relax, and we will make sure it arrives in the time frame you specify.
Delivery is available Monday through Friday, within the Continental United States, but excludes Thanksgiving and the day after Thanksgiving. You do not need to be home for the tree to be delivered.
When your live Christmas tree arrives, it’s essential you unpack them without delay. We recommend making a straight cut along your tree’s base — aim to remove at least half an inch, as this will eliminate any natural seal that would prevent water uptake.
Place your Christmas tree into a stand that fits its bases and has a water reservoir. The reservoir should hold at least one quart of water for each inch of your tree’s stem diameter. Avoid forcing your Christmas tree into its stand, whittling its sides, or drilling into its base, as these actions will affect its water uptake. Once your Christmas tree is settled in, make sure its base remains submerged in water.
How to Keep Fresh Cut Christmas Trees Alive Longer
It is possible to extend the life of your Christmas tree— it only takes some tender loving care. Dry conditions are often the cause of living, fresh-cut Christmas trees dying early, which is why it’s important to limit their exposure to heat.
We recommend placing your Christmas tree away from heat sources, including sunlight. Decreasing the temperature of the room can also ward off drying out. Using LED lights, which are cooler than incandescent ones, is also a good way to keep your Christmas tree alive longer.