FRESH CHRISTMAS TREES

We have been growing beautiful lush green Christmas Trees for over 25  years.  This ensures you will be able to choose from thousands of gorgeous Christmas trees. We shall then cut and help you load your perfect tree into your vehicle or trailer.

The variety of Christmas Tree we grow is Pinus Radiata ( aka Monterey Pine ) . This is the most popular Christmas Tree and is grown for it’s superior ability to cope with the Australian climate.

2 Christmas Trees

CHRISTMAS TREE STANDS

We stock a variety of  Christmas Tree Stands. Tree stands are extremely useful as they make the job of standing your tree simple and they have an inbuilt water holder which aids in prolonging the life of your tree.

Sizes:

Christmas Tree Stands

Features:

  1. Easy, top loading slot to hold 3/8″ steel nuts.
  2. No Break polypropylene has great strength and is unaffected by low temperatures.
  3. Heavy wall and rib construction ensures strength and stability.
  4. Reinforced screw holes allows optional attachment to 3/4″ plywood base for mounting even
  5. Elevated stand centre never touches floor prevents “rocking” for increased stability as well as condensation.
  6. Three tempered steel, rust proof spikes keep tree from shifting or twisting. Easy set up, easy take down.
  7. Spill Guard protects flooring.
  8. Low and wide, easy to fill reservoir requires only 4″ clear trunk, saving low branches for a fuller, more beautiful tree. Four sizes hold 3/4 to 3 gallons of water.
  9. Custom 3/8″ steel bolts are above waterline (no rust) and angled to clamp and hold the tree securely. Snap on plastic handles and screw on steel caps provide easy tightening
Size Price
Small up to 7ft $39.00
Medium up to 10ft $57.00
Large up to 12ft $77.00

Christmas Tree Stands

Our Regular (6-7ft tree size) stands are also available.

All stands are available form our locations around Melbourne

Frequently Asked Questions about christmas tree stands
How much of the trunk should be cut off before setting up the tree?

Removing a thin disk (1/4 to 1/2 inch) off the trunk before placing the tree in a water holding stand is all that is needed. It is always a good practice to make a new cut before putting the tree into the stand.

What is the minimum amount of water a tree stand should hold?

As a general rule, a tree can use up to a quart of water per day for each inch of stem diameter. The warmer the temperature and the lower the relative humidity where the tree is displayed, the greater the amount of water required by the tree.

If the base of the trunk has a split, will this affect the quality of the tree?

It should not affect the ability of the tree to take up water, assuming a fresh cut is made on the base, nor have any effect on how long the tree lasts after it is displayed.