Douglas, Nordmann, Noble, and Grand!
What an extra tall tree?
Email us in October for special orders.
Douglas fir have soft needles are a bright green color and are approximately 1 – 1 ½ in. in length. The Douglas Fir needles radiate in all directions from the branch. When crushed, these needles have a piney fragrance.
Nordmann Fir is deep green in color with a silver underside, has soft foliage and are known for their symmetry. They have excellent needle retention.
Noble Fir has thick, soft, blue-green, upward turned needles. Known for its beauty, the noble fir has a long keep ability, and its stiff branches make it a good tree for heavy ornaments.
Grand Fir have soft needles are dark green – blue green in color and are approximately 1 – 1 ½ in. in length. Needles radiate from side to side. When crushed, these needles have a sweet citrus fragrance.
Wreaths, Garlands, and Holiday Cheer!
We have different sizes and styles for you to choose from.
We carry lush cedar garland by Imelda and sell garland by the foot. Feel free to buy a little or a lot!
We carry a variety of potted trees from Oregon Pride Nursery.
Grand Holiday Cheer!
Swing on by even if you don’t buy anything. We always enjoy the company!
Creation Station (Open this year) & Photo Booth
Each location has a Creation Station—a free crafts area for messy, glittery fun —and a Photo Booth— with wintry, festive backdrops for a photo you can share with friends and family. Each spectacular backdrop photo, from the top of Mt. Hood to frosty Crater Lake, was taken by photographer Peter McMamee.
Both the Creation Station and the Photo booth are free and open to all—those buying trees and those who just want to be part of the fun.
Care for your tree
Keep your tree hydrated
The most important thing to remember is to keep your tree hydrated! If you give your tree every opportunity possible to take up and retain water, it will stay green and retain its needles longer.
After you select your tree
We will slice a small round from the tree’s stump. This fresh cut allows your tree to take up water. Be sure to put your tree in water within an hour—the faster the better. Otherwise, the tree’s natural reaction will be to seal off the wound with a sappy resin, which will inhibit it from absorbing water.
If you buy your tree early
Store it outside in bucket of water in a shady area sheltered from the wind until you are ready to bring it in and decorate it.
Once you have the tree inside
Check the water level twice a day. Your tree will take in a lot of water, especially in the first few days after a fresh cut and after being brought into a nice warm house. You will also need to keep your tree away from heat vents/heat sources, cold air returns, and direct sun.
Garland & Wreath Care
Greens can get dry
These beautiful and fragrant decorations can be sensitive to the same winter conditions that tend to dry out our own skin and chap our cheeks. Some things that can dry out your greens can be; direct sunlight, heaters, fire places, heat vents, cold air returns, extreme cold, wind, decorative lights or candles.
A simple way to keep things supple is to mist your wreaths and garland with water every often.