The Balsam Fir is a classic Christmas tree. With its' soft, light green needles, the Balsam Fir makes the perfect Christmas tree for those who want something that is soft to the touch. The Balsam Fir has thin limbs that do exceptionally well with multiple strands of lights. Also, smaller ornaments fit the Balsam Fir better than larger ones. The smell of a Balsam Fir is best described as sweet, warm, and fruity.
Snowfresh: Very thick branch structure with lots of support for plenty of lights, less room for large ornaments.
Designer: More sparse branch structure with plenty of room for large ornaments, ideal for designers with complex decorations.
After recieving your Packaged Pine Christmas tree, place the box in the place where you'd like the tree to reside in your home. Make sure to have the box set down on the plastic base. Then, begin to tear away the cardboard pullaway tabs from the sides of the box. Once these are fully removed and your tree is visable, remove the recycleable plastic shell from the tree.
Following this, allo your trees' limbs to slowly fall down; do not force or pull them down as this can damage them. While you're waiting for your Christmas trees' limbs to fall down, it's a good idea to fill up the watering bowl with water. Once your trees' limbs have returned to their natural shape, get started at decorating your Christmas tree!
Water your tree daily; a good reminder to keep your Christmas tree properly watered is to fill up the bowl every day before you go to work.
Christmas Tree Lights
Christmas Tree Ornaments