Christmas Tree Selection Tips
December 19, 2018
The holidays are rapidly approaching. With that means time is running out to select the most important symbol of the season, the Christmas tree.
If you live in the Northeast, you might be wondering if there is a Christmas tree delivery service in Boston. Good news, there is. Walddie’s Boston Christmas tree delivery service is ready to bring a healthy, freshly-cut Christmas tree directly to your door.
How It Works
First, select your tree. We offer sustainably grown Fraser Firs, Douglas Firs, Balsam Firs, White Spruces and Virginia Pines. After you have chosen which type is right for you, now it is time to select your delivery date and time. After you choose when you want your tree our team will find, cut, prepare, deliver, decorate and even set-up your tree so that you can enjoy your holiday season to the fullest.
Walddie understands the importance of finding a local farmer who utilizes sustainable tree growing methods. You choose the best options for your tree delivery, and we will work with local farmers to ensure that we deliver only the highest quality trees to meet your specific needs.
If you can’t find a farmer in your area, make sure you check back often. We’ll be adding quality Christmas tree delivery farmers to our database as we expand and grow throughout the Christmas season and beyond. Our goal is to provide Christmas tree delivery to as many people close to our farms as possible.
Tips for Choosing Your Tree
Selecting a tree is the most important part. It can seem difficult if you don’t know what you’re looking for. So here are some tips to help you narrow your selection of the holiday symbol:
- Measure Your House — Before buying a tree, you need to know what your house can hold. Measure the size of the room that will feature your Christmas tree. Then, apply those dimensions to the size of your tree. Finding one that hits those criteria is essential.
- Pick Your Type — There are many different tree varieties. Deciding which one suits you and your family best is imperative to picking the right type. Research the difference between Fraser Firs, Douglas Firs, Balsam Firs, White Spruces and Virginia Pines to see which one you will like the look and feel of most.
- Look for Space Between Branches — Gaps are not good when it comes to trees. If you are looking for the perfect tree, chances are it won’t have patches of empty space. Make sure your tree is full throughout.
Our mission is to offer the freshest, finest quality, locally grown Christmas trees. We promise to provide an easy, convenient and uncomplicated customer experience for the holidays. We are committed to business practices that improve our customers, our farmers, our environment, and our Walddie team. We call our mission "Christmas with CHARACTER.” Walddie is the most wonderful place to buy a Christmas tree online.