Types Of Trees

Blue Ice

The Blue Ice has beautiful silvery blue needles and makes a beautiful Christmas Tree.  The color ranges from gray blue to teal blue.  It leaves little to no mess and has a long life in the house.  It has a soft texture and strong branches for holding ornaments.

Burkii Cedar

The Burkii Cedar is a vibrant evergreen known for its changing foliage color and upright pyramidal growth habit.  The Burkii Cedar display colorful bluish-green foliage year around with purple accents during the fall and winter seasons.

Carolina Sapphire

The Carolina Sapphires is a beautiful Christmas tree which is unique because of its blue hue and wonderful Christmas scent.  It has steely, blue needles and dense, lacy foliage.  It is a very clean tree with little shedding.  It has strong branches for holding ornaments.

Red Cedar

Many families grew up with a Red Cedar Christmas tree in their homes.  The Red Cedar has a wonderful scent which reminds us of days gone by.  It's needles are a dark, shiny and green in color.  Its branches are not as strong as other trees so it is generally better to use lighter decorations on this type of tree.  It is a classic southern Christmas tree with a true cedar texture and smell.

Sand Pine

The Sand Pine is a popular and traditional-looking Florida Christmas tree.  The needles are soft, medium-length (up to 3 inches long) and a brilliant shade of green.  The trees are pruned frequently to produce full, dense foliage.  A fresh-cut tree provides a robust pine aroma.

Spruce Pine

The Spruce Pine has a medium-length soft needle with a stiffer branch than the sand pine.  These trees are also pruned to provide a dense foliage.

Virginia Pine

The Virginia Pine is a popular southern Christmas tree that has a beautiful natural shape and color.  It has dark green needles and strong branches enabling it to hold heavy ornaments.  It has a strong aromatic pine scent.

We do not sell potted trees.


How Do I Care For My Tree?

The three Ws of tree care are:  WATER, WATER, WATER.

A tree will absorb as much as a gallon of water or more in the first 24 hours after it is cut down and one or more quarts everyday after.  Before placing your tree in the stand, cut at least 1/4" off the base to remove sap and allow absorption of water.  For maximum beauty and safety, use a tree stand that holds a gallon of water.  Refill daily.  Maintaining a steady water level will keep the tree fragrant, prevents the boughs from drooping and the needles from drying out and dropping off.

Place your tree away from fireplaces, radiators and other heat sources that could dry your tree out.  A fresh tree containing adequate moisture will NOT support a flame.  Do not allow water level to drop below the trunk bottom or a new sap plug will form.


Tree Facts

  • Christmas tree farms in the United States provide enough oxygen daily for 18 million people.
  • For every Christmas tree harvested, 2 - 3 seedlings are planted in its place.
  • Trees stabilize soil, protect water and provide refuge for wildlife.
  • Christmas trees are renewable and recyclable.  Artificial trees which are mostly produced in China, Korea, and Taiwan, are made of non-biodegradeable plastics and metal.
  • Christmas trees in Florida take 5 to 6 years to grow.

To learn more about Christmas trees, go to The National Christmas Tree Association (NCTA) website.

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