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How Do I Keep my Live Cut Christmas Tree Looking Fresh?

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How do I keep my live cut Christmas tree looking fresh?

Answer: Keep your live cut Christmas tree fresh and festive with these great tips from Art Knapp Surrey. If you’re opting for a beautiful fresh Christmas tree this year, you’ll want to select a fresh tree and keep on top of proper Christmas tree care during the holiday season.

  • Select a Fresh Tree
    By having a tree cut for you, or cutting one yourself you can be sure that the tree is as fresh as possible. If you don’t have the option of purchasing right from the farm, ask the seller when they were cut.
  • Take Care of Your Tree
    Get your tree into water as soon as possible once cut. If you can’t get it into a proper stand right away, let it rest in a bucket with water. It is important to never let the base of the tree dry out. Keep your tree out of direct sunlight and away from heaters or fans – these will speed up the drying process. Using a humidifier in the room with the tree may help the needles to stay fresh for longer.

Keep your Christmas tree looking fresh for the whole holiday season by following these tips and ideas. Be sure to select as fresh of a tree as possible to give yourself the best chance of having a fresh tree through Christmas – and take proper care of your tree to keep it from drying out.


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