Caring for Your Tree



Cut Trees


To ensure your fresh cut Christmas tree stays beautiful throughout the festive period, please consider the following points;

- If possible DC shall remove the bottom c.2cm from the base of the truck. This will remove any sap that may have sealed the base allowing the tree to take up more water.

- Your tree is best positioned away from direct sources of heat such as radiators or fires. Keeping the tree cool will increase its longevity.

- Your tree is likely to drink over a pint of water per day. A water holding stand will increase the lifespan of the tree. If you choose a stand that is not designed to hold water, please be aware your tree may start to dry out.

- If you treat your tree the way you would a bunch of cut flowers, you won’t go far wrong!

Container Grown Living Trees


- Your tree is best positioned away from direct sources of heat such as radiators or fires.

- Water your tree regularly to keep the soil moist (ensure containers allow for drainage as trees must not become waterlogged).

- After Christmas, it is a good idea not to place the tree straight into the garden. The shock of the extreme temperature change will stress your tree.

- Place the tree in a cool but sheltered area where it will be protected from frost and will have chance to acclimatise. The tree may then be planted out prior to Spring (DC recommends planting within the month of February).
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