Take Good Care of Your Real
Christmas Tree from Cedar Lake Tree Farm!
where you want to display your tree before selecting it. If the
tree will be displayed in a corner where only one or two sides
will show, you may be able to select a tree that is not
perfectly shaped on all sides. If the room has a low ceiling or
is small, don't select a tall tree you will have to trim or a
big tree that will overpower the room. Select the type and size
of tree that fits the room and pleases you.
To be assured
that your tree will stay as fresh and safe as when you bought
it, follow the care and safety tips listed below:
off the cut end of your tree at least 1/2 inch above the
original cut and immediately place the tree in water in a
cool place until you are ready to display it.
let your tree run out of water; check it daily, as your
tree absorbs water readily after cutting. If you let the
tree run out of water, re-cut the end of your tree as
described in tip 1 listed above.
the branches and foliage with water daily to keep them
moist and fresh.
sure the tree is well supported and is away from
fireplaces, radiators, television sets, or other sources
of heat that will dry out your tree.
candles or other open flames should never be used on or
close to Christmas trees.
electric lights and connections. Worn, frayed wires or
electric cords must not be used.
use of combustible decorations and flammable reflectors
for colored lights. Keep metal foil icicles or tinsel away
from bulb sockets.
accumulating wrapping paper and electrical toys under
electric lights when no one is home.
of your tree properly; take it to a recycling center or
consider making it into a bird feeder with suet, peanut
butter, and seeds.
If you follow the
tips for selecting and caring for your Real tree, you will have a
beautiful healthy tree that will last and be safe throughout the
Cedar Lake Tree
5829 East Hwy 27, Iron Station, NC 28080