1. What type of Christmas trees do you grow?
All Christmas tree farms in Australia grow the Pinus Radiata variety. It takes a minimum of five years for a tree to mature before harvesting.
2. What is the difference between Premium and Traditional Christmas trees?
Premium Christmas trees have more luxuriant foliage and are hand-selected. Traditional trees are more affordable and ideal for resellers.
3. How long does a real Christmas tree last?
A well looked after Christmas tree will last up to 30 days.
4. How should I care for my real Christmas tree?
Keep it in water at all times, place it in a shaded and cool place away from direct sunlight and heating elements, and occasionally spray water mist on the tree leaves to simulate rain.
5. Do I need to be home for the tree delivery?
No, but if you won’t be home, please provide specific instructions on where to leave the tree. Make sure the area is shaded, away from direct sunlight, and there is a bucket of water for the tree.
6. Will you install the Christmas tree upon delivery?
Yes, if you provide the necessary instructions and have a high-quality Christmas tree stand. You can also purchase a stand from us.
7. When do deliveries commence and end?
We make deliveries all year round, with free delivery from 25th November until December 24th for most areas. Some further suburbs may incur an extra delivery fee.
8. How does the tree pickup service work?
Simply place your tree out in front of the property where it’s easily visible to our driver. If you can’t be home on the collection date, leave written instructions at checkout.
9. What is the cost of a Christmas tree?
Prices vary based on the size and type of the tree. One example a grade A quality 6-foot Christmas tree with a stand delivered is for $220.00*.
10. How does a real Christmas tree compare to an artificial one?
Real Christmas trees are environmentally friendly, absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and disintegrating into the earth after use. In contrast, artificial trees are made of non-renewable petroleum, are not recyclable, and can produce toxic fumes in case of a fire.