We're often asked ...

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How can I keep my Christmas tree from drying out? How do I keep it looking green and fresh through until Christmas day?

The most important step is to make sure your Christmas tree has a constant supply of water. It is common for a freshly cut Christmas tree to drink dry a water filled stand in the first 48 hours - especially in hot weather. Keeping your Christmas tree stand topped up with water is the key to helping your Christmas tree last longer. Please visit our Tree Care section for more tips on looking after your tree.

I want to sell Christmas trees this year, can I buy in bulk?

Yes you can! Please visit our Wholesale Trees page for more information.

I'd like to get my Christmas tree removed after Christmas. What are my options?

Our removal options include Kerbside and Premium collection. Please visit our order page for more information.

Do real Christmas trees come with stands?

If you're treating yourself to a real Christmas tree this year you can choose to add a stand to your premium Christmas tree purchase. We stock what we believe to be the best stands on the market - Cinco Christmas tree stands. The smaller Cinco stand has an impressive water reservoir capacity of 4.9 litres, and the larger stand an even better 7.5 litre capacity. These stands will keep your tree well hydrated!

Does putting aspirin in the water help your Christmas tree last longer?

Opinions vary on this topic. However, most experts agree that there is no evidence adding aspirin to the water in your stand helps your Christmas tree last longer. But hey, it can't hurt!

How old are the Christmas trees?

Our Christmas trees are aged from 3.5 to 4.5 years old at the time of harvest.

When are the Christmas trees cut?

Our Christmas trees are cut in the morning for morning deliveries, and in the afternoon for late afternoon deliveries, on the day the trees are scheduled to be delivered. As soon as they are cut the trees are immediately loaded and carted to Auckland from our farm. Keeping the trees fresh is of upmost importance to us!

Where do the Christmas trees come from?

Our trees are grown in South Head on the Kaipara Harbour, about 1.25 hours north of Auckland city.