Why Choose Us
e’re in the business of helping anyone in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky get a Christmas tree easily for their home or business. Turn your attention to baking cookies, addressing Christmas cards, and wrapping presents. All the things that bring your family and joy.
You can shop for your tree, pay for it, and schedule your delivery right from the comfort of your computer. So grab your hot cocoa, put on your fuzzy slippers and let us do all the work with our online Christmas tree service.
How do we do this?
We work with a group of local farms that offer Christmas trees in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Each farm offers beautiful Firs — perfect for your next Christmas tree.
Once we receive the order, we cut the tree and deliver it to you within the week. You name the day and time. We deliver and set it up in the spot you choose. Next, we make sure it’s straight and ready for decorating. You enjoy your tree through the holidays then selected a date for pick-up. We’ll pick it up, carry it out to our vehicle, and leave you to have a bright new year. We’ll even vacuum any loose needles.
Benefits of a Live Tree
Is there anything better than the smell of a fresh-cut Christmas tree? Your home will have a delightful woodsy scent and it’s one of the best parts of the holidays. Yet buying a tree has other benefits as well.
Real farmers, real families — Families just like yours have Christmas tree farms in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Your purchase of one of our trees supports a local farm.
Environmentally-sound — Each year, millions of tons of compostable yard waste ends up in a landfill. Organic Christmas trees can be recycled and turned into mulch for planting instead of taken to the landfill.
Caring for Your Tree
Once in your home, your tree needs a great environment to last all season long.
Be sure you give your Christmas tree plenty of water, as a freshly-cut tree can consume up to a gallon of water in 24 hours. Keep an eye on the water level and never let it go below the tree’s base. Your tree will do better in lower temperatures so keep it away from ducts, fireplaces, furnaces and other sources of heat. Consider using fewer lights or turning the lights off regularly to reduce drying the tree.
There’s Gold, Frankincense and plenty of Myths associated with Christmas. This year make sure you don’t fall for these tricks.
- Don’t drill a hole to “improve water intake” as the tree is capable of getting water on its own, provided you keep the stand full.
- Don’t add aspirin or fertilizer to make the tree last longer. Plain water is just fine.
- Don’t cut your tree trunk at an angle because not only does it make the tree unstable, but your water level has to be higher.
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