Check back in November for 2023 Christmas Tree prices and info!
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Come browse our large selection of fresh cut Christmas Trees including Fraser Fir, Canaan Fir, White Fir, Douglas Fir, White Pine, and Natural Cut (from CO and NM) White Fir and a few Douglas Fir. We have worked hand in hand with the same grower for over 20 years to ensure we have the nicest, freshest, farm grown trees available. We also have wreaths made from Fraser Fir, White Fir, Mixed Greens, and our very own hand made wreaths from White Fir boughs collected by our team from the Wet Mountains. We sell our wreaths both naked or decorated. This year on the Friday, Saturday, and Sunday following Thanksgiving we will have amazing coffee and hot chocolate available for purchase from our friends at Wheel Coffee. We also have all the accessories you will need including tree stands, garland, tree preservative, watering funnels, handmade ornaments, and much more! Come kick off the Christmas Season with a beautiful tree from our Nursery!
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Christmas Tree Care
Looking for a live Christmas tree farm? Visit us over at Heidrich’s Colorado Tree Farm Nursery. There is nothing like having a real, fresh cut Christmas Tree to celebrate a very special time of year. We go to many lengths to make sure our live Christmas trees are fresh and cared for before you take it home. Here are some tips to that will ensure your tree will last through the Christmas season.
- Make sure you make a fresh cut on the bottom of the trunk before you place the tree in the stand. This will open up the part of the tree that will absorb water. Each tree will “drink” a different amount of water. If it doesn’t drink much, that does not mean the tree is drying out faster. We can make a fresh cut for you at the nursery before we load the tree, or you can do it later before you put the tree up. Either way it is very important to make a fresh cut.
- Fill the tree stand with hot tap water every time you add water. Check the water daily as you don’t want the bottom of the trunk to dry up and seal. If it does the tree will not drink water like it should. Usually trees will drink more water early on. Do not add sugar, syrup, Asprin, Sprite, or any other additive that may clog the bottom of the tree. Do add tree preservatives that are specially designed to preserve your tree. These preservatives soften the wood and help to thin the sap so that the tree will drink more water. We do carry a tree preservative.
- Try to avoid placing the tree close to a heat source like a south facing window, a heater vent, fireplace or stove. All of these will dry your tree quicker.
- Mist the tree with a quirt bottle. This will help to keep moisture levels higher in and around your tree.
- Tree type also has something to do with how quickly trees dry out. Check with our team and we can guide you as to which trees stay fresher longer. Native Colorado Trees will last longer than farm grown trees. Farm grown Fraser Fir will last longer than Farm grown Douglas Fir.
- And finally enjoy your real Christmas Tree!
Christmas Tree Myths
Christmas Trees; Real vs. Artificial
|Real Tree||Artificial Tree|
|PLACE OF ORIGIN|
|United States and Canada Ours are from the US||85% from China|
|METHOD OF PRODUCTION|
|Farming Planting takes place in Jan-May Estimated 40-45 million trees planted in 2008 in North America Estimated 446 million trees growing on farms in U.S. Tree Farms support complex eco-systems.||Factory Raw Materials sent to factory & assembled into final product Product is shipped to U.S. then distributed to stores Number of factories unknown Factories only consume natural rescources|
|Plant Tissue 100% Biodegradable||Plastics and Metals Non-Biodegradable|
|Yes||No (Lead is used in the process of making PVC plastic)|
|Yes Trees absorb carbon dioxide When decomposing, carbon, nitrogen, and other elements are released into soil||NO Plastic is a petroleum byproduct|
|No Scientists have measured cut Christmas trees for chemical residue and not found any significant amounts Many different bugs, fungi, and parasites can attack and kill trees, so farmers may use pesticides to keep consumers’ trees healthy and alive until harvest Herbicides are used to suppress, not kill off, weeks to prevent soil erosion If someone tells you “there are chemicals on cut Christmas Trees” they are wrong||Yes PVC itself is a dangerous chemical Manufacture of PVC creates and disperses dioxins, the most toxic man-made chemical known Released into air or water, dioxins enter the food chain, where they accumulate in fatty tissues of animals and humans, a potential risk for causing cancer, damaging immune functions and impairing children’s development|
|Recycled Used trees can be recycled in a variety of ways Decomposing trees add nutrients back into the earth||Landfill Fake trees can’t be recycled and end up in landfills All of the accumulated fake trees are a burden to the environment indefinitely|
|Yes New trees are planted every year||No Petroleum, used to make plastic, is a non-renewable resource, as are metals|
- Fraser Fir
- Canaan Fir
- White Fir
- Native White Fir
- Native Douglas Fir (If available)
- Native Corkbark Fir (If available)
- Native Pinon Pine (if available)
- Douglas Fir
- White Pine
- Ponderosa Pine (by request only)
- Trees from 3′ up to 16′ tall
- Live Christmas Trees
- Tree Stands
- Tree Preservative
- Disposal Bags
- Wreaths (Decorated and Undecorated)