CT Grown Christmas Trees
Live Fresh Cut Connecticut Grown Fraser Firs
Stonehedge Landscaping and Garden Center is your source for fresh Christmas trees. We are located in Newington, a short drive from anywhere in Hartford and Middlesex Counties. The air is crisp, the nights are frigid, and the holiday season is right around the corner. Thanksgiving Day is the unofficial start of Christmas tree shopping in Connecticut. At Stonehedge Landscaping Co., we love Christmas and sell the finest quality Fraser Firs. All out native trees are full and hardy. You want a sturdy, long lasting Fraser fir in your living room this Christmas season.
There is no substitute for a fresh cut, live Fraser fir in your home during the winter holidays. Fraser Firs are unrivaled for holiday use. The trees fill the air with a fresh fragrance. Their symmetrical shape and full branches make a sturdy, lush Christmas tree. Fraser Fir needles retain a soft texture after they are cut so that they don’t prick your fingers as you hang ornaments. When your tree is going to stand in your living room for five weeks or so, you want a sturdy, hardy fir that has excellent needle retention. The tree lasts a long time before the needles begin to desiccate and drop off. The branches of the Fraser fir are able to hold even your crystal ornaments without sagging. At Stonehedge Landscaping, you will find the finest quality Connecticut grown Fraser Firs. Our Newington location is easy to reach from Hartford and Middletown.
Our shipment of native Fraser firs will be arriving Thanksgiving week at Stonehedge Landscaping and Garden Center. Fraser firs are a favorite evergreen species in Connecticut for many reasons. As Christmas trees, Fraser firs are coveted for their pleasing scent, dark blue-green color, their sturdy lush branches and full pyramid shape. These native trees have excellent needle retention and transport well. Our trees are a joy to decorate, with upturned branches just perfect for hanging ornaments. Give us a call for more information: 860-667-1158.