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Buying a Living Christmas Tree

     Each year more people ask us about buying a living Christmas Tree with the intent of planting it after the holiday season in their yard or at a public park.  Unfortunately, many trees die or are substantially weakened by being indoors during the holidays and soon die or never thrive after being planted.  If you’ve failed before, there’s still hope.  By selecting a tree suitable for growing in our climate and giving it some extra care while indoors, you should be on the road to success. 

It’s Christmas Tree Season at Evergreen Nursery – and just at the right time!

 I drive around the county all week long visiting all of our nurseries and growing grounds to organize production of our plant material.  Quite often I will have to run in to Home Depot or brave the crowds at Costco for some tool or first aid kit or case of water.  I have been amazed at how it seems as though the holiday gear comes earlier and earlier.  I think I saw Christmas wrapping paper at Costco in October!

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Check it out: Evergreen Nursery Christmas tree lots

By Amanda Strouse

Christmas Season At Evergreen Nursery

It’s Christmas Tree Season at Evergreen Nursery – and just at the right time!

I drive around the county all week long visiting all of our nurseries and growing grounds to organize production of our plant material. Quite often I will have to run in to Home Depot or brave the crowds at Costco for some tool or first aid kit or case of water. I have been amazed at how it seems as though the holiday gear comes earlier and earlier. I think I saw Christmas wrapping paper at Costco in October!

Big and Beautiful Noble Fir

Wow!  We are up in Washington state. It is really beautiful.  Our quest has been to find beautiful Noble Fir trees for the upcoming 2009 Christmas season. It took some traveling, but we struck gold.  We tagged some really nice ones. I have included a photo below of one of the beauties that we tagged out in the field, personally.  Being out here in these fields and enjoying the fresh scent of  these "real" trees, reminds me why I do not buy an artificial tree. Just cannot compare the two.  It looks to be a great year for "real" trees.

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