• If you can’t set up your tree immediately, put it in a bucket of water in a cool, shady place.
  • Cut off a half inch from the base of the tree before placing it in a stand.
  • Use a stand that will hold at least a gallon of water.
  • Check the water levels often. A tree may take up to a gallon of water in the first 24 hours, and a quart per day after that.
  • Place tree away from heat sources, heating vents, fireplaces, wood stoves, radiators and sunny windows.
  • Check lights and cords for broken bulbs and frayed wiring.
  • Do not overload electric circuits.
  • Turn off lights before leaving home or going to bed.
  • Remove tree from your home promptly after Christmas and recycle it.

North Carolina is the nation’s second-largest producer of Christmas trees, behind Oregon.

Source: NCDA&CS

Pinetop Christmas Trees

Pinetop Farm Christmas Trees


See you at the Farm.

Christmas Trees and Blueberries

830 Majolica Road
Salisbury, NC 28147
(704) 637-7208