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Some Tips to get the best out of your Tree:

Cut off a disk of wood about 0.5 to 1 inch (1.25 to 2.5 cm) thick from the base of the trunk immediately before putting the tree in the stand.

Always keep the tree stand filled with water - Dried sap will form a seal over the cut stump within several hours if the water level falls below the base of the tree.

Keep away from heat - Keep displayed trees away from point sources of heat (fireplaces, heaters, heat vents, direct sunlight). Lowering the room temperature will slow drying, resulting in less water consumption.

The Fraser Fir is a beautifully shaped tree with needles which are flat, deep green with a blue/grey underside and have good needle retention.
Nordman firs are the most favoured tree in Scotland. The trees are pruned to give a good full and uniform shape. This is a cut tree without roots and requires a stand.
The Scots Pine has it's own unique scent, feel and shape. Stiff branches make it ideal for supporting decorations making it one of the most common trees.