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Christmas Trees

Available pre cut & cut your own.

Sorry no pre- tagging allowed. 

Delivery in Glastonbury available on pre cut trees only

Homemade tree preservative

  • 1 gallon of water

  • 2 cups corn syrup or 4 TBS. sugar

  • 4 tsp. white vinegar or lemon juice

Mix together water, corn syrup/sugar, and vinegar/ lemon juice and pour into your tree stand base. 

When you buy a local Christmas tree & with proper care, most Christmas trees should last about five weeks.

When your tree gets home, if you're not putting it up right away, place it in a bucket of water. (if not bringing in right away, and using the bucket method, put tree into a garage or area that's protected from wind and freezing temperatures otherwise you'll have a ice brick with a tree in it.)

When you're ready to bring it inside, make a one-inch cut off the bottom or drill a few shallow holes to help with water absorption. 


Move Away From Heat

The warmer your room is the faster your Christmas tree will dry out.  keep it away from heat sources! Trees should be kept away from heat vents, fireplaces, and even bright south-facing windows.

Add Humidity

In addition to lowering the temperature of the room adding humidity to the air can help to keep your tree from drying out. A simple way to do this is to run a humidifier to keep the air moist.

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