Frequently Asked Questions:
Can I let my dog out in the field?
Unfortunately no. Even dogs on a leash can cause unwanted issues (like errant messes that are not nice to lie in while cutting a tree).
Can I save a tree to cut at a later date?
Unfortunately no. The simple truth is we have found that some customers will not respect the saved tree and cut it anyway.
Can I bring my own saw?
Can I walk to the trees?
Technically yes, but it is not encouraged. It is a long walk back while lugging a tree.
Why do the trees have dead needles on the inside?
As the trees grow and become more dense, light is cut off to the interior parts of the tree and the needles die. This happens to all pruned trees. After you cut the tree, shake out the dead needles – the green ones will remain.
How many trees do you grow?
We grow and maintain 6,000 trees.
How old are the trees?
A 7’ tree is approximately 13 years old.
Do you sell dug trees that can be replanted?
We do not. Check with a nursery company in your area.
Do you use pesticides on your trees?
No. There are no sprays on the trees or ground under the trees.