Question and Answers

What varieties of Christmas trees do you have?
Answer:

There are a number of differing species of Christmas tree.
The common New Zealand Christmas tree is the Monterey Pine (or Pinus radiata if you want to be botanical). These trees have that lovely pine fragrance that so many of us relate to Christmas time. These are the trees that we supply.

Do Christmas trees grow in a triangular shape?
Answer:

No. Christmas Trees must be lovingly sheared every 6 months of their short 4 year life. Shearing helps the trees to grow to the correct shape, colour and density.
This is about the only similarity we know about between Christmas trees and sheep.

What size Christmas trees do you deliver?
Answer:
We have four different sizes:
Small 5-6 foot (1.52 – 1.82m)
Med 6-7 foot (1.82 – 2.13m)
Large 7-8 foot (2.13 – 2.45m) 
Ultra 9-10 foot (2.45 - 3m)
Sizes are approximate.

How long does a Christmas tree last?
Answer:
Fresh pine trees still look green and healthy 3-4 weeks after being cut. If the tree is standing in water around the base they can last 4-5 weeks or more. It is very important to look after your new tree. Please see our Tree Care page for more information

How do I help my Christmas tree look better longer?
Answer:
We are glad you asked! It is very important to look after your new tree. Please see our Tree Care page for more information.

Isn’t cutting down Christmas trees bad for the environment?
Answer:
No, most Christmas trees including ours are planted as crops with the sole purpose of becoming at Christmas tree. This is much like growing vegetables. They are trimmed every 6 months to maintain the triangular shape we all love. When a tree is cut down another tree is planted in it’s place.
We believe our Christmas trees eagerly await the day they are big enough to fulfill their destiny, move into your lounge and make your Christmas fantastic!
Christmas trees also convert Co2 to oxygen and do actually benefit our environment.

Are your Christmas trees just branches from bigger trees?
Answer:
No, most Christmas trees including ours are planted as crops with the sole purpose of becoming a Christmas tree. This is much like growing vegetables. They are trimmed every six months to maintain the triangular shape we know and love.

What if I’m not home when you call to deliver my tree?
Answer:
Unless specifically requested to do otherwise, we will leave your tree outside your door (or some other obvious place). We will attempt to leave your tree in the shade. We will also attempt to provide your tree with a little water. At this stage, we are still working on how we can provide the water.

Will you carry my Christmas tree inside my home?
Answer:
You must notify us if you require this. Please add it to the comments when ordering.


How much do you charge to deliver Christmas trees?
Answer:
There is a number of pricing options please see our Pricing Page

Do you have discounts for large orders?
Answer:
Yes, please email us from our Contact Page


Do you offer late deliveries?
Answer:
We can try but please be aware that we have a limited number of Christmas trees available, and we usually sell out before Christmas Day.


How Can I Pay?
Answer:
We prefer payment to be made by credit card through our secure online ordering system, Click Here to order now. Or if you would like to talk to us about payment by other means, like bank transfer, please email us from our Contact Page.


Why does the price go up if I live ‘Out of Zone’
Answer:
Our pricing is structured around being able to deliver real Christmas trees to certain areas in Auckland city. If you would like a tree to be delivered outside of our main delivery area, we will make a special trip for you, but we will have to charge an additional fee.


 
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