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Blue Spruce Pot Grown Christmas Trees, Kaibab

Blue Spruce Pot Grown Christmas Trees, Kaibab

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Potted Christmas trees have gained popularity in recent years, offering a sustainable and festive addition to your holiday decor. Picea pungens, known as Blue spruce is a favorite pick for potted Christmas trees, known for its striking blue-green foliage and well-shaped branches. 

Potted christmas trees: appearance and sustainability

Blue spruce trees feature unique blue-green needles, providing a beautiful backdrop for holiday decorations and lights. Their classic Christmas tree shape with sturdy branches is perfect for showcasing ornaments.

These trees are grown in containers, allowing them to remain living. This sustainability makes them an excellent choice for eco-conscious individuals who want to enjoy a living Christmas tree.

How to take care about potted christmas trees during the festive season?

Bring your potted Christmas tree indoors as late as possible, ideally the weekend before Christmas. Avoid keeping it inside for longer than 12 days to ensure it remains healthy. Proper watering is crucial. Check the soil regularly to maintain consistent moisture levels. Ensure the container has good drainage, and use a saucer to catch excess water.

Choose a suitable location in your home. Keep the tree away from radiators and drafts, as these can dry it out and cause needle drop. While decorating, avoid overloading the tree with heavy ornaments, as this can affect its longevity. Opt for LED lights with small bulbs, as larger lights may damage the needles.

Perfect pot size and fragrance for christmas trees

Potted Christmas trees come in various pot sizes, allowing you to select one that fits your space, whether indoors or outdoors. While Blue Spruce trees have a pleasant evergreen scent, it may be weaker than other Christmas tree varieties. However, their visual appeal compensates for any lack of fragrance.

Planting potted christmas trees after the holidays

Due to root limitations, container-grown trees are typically smaller, around 3-5 feet. Larger trees may not thrive in pots and can be challenging to manage.

Planting outdoors. After the holiday season, you can plant your potted Christmas tree outdoors. Choose a sunny spot with well-draining soil, and water it regularly until it establishes itself.

Bringing indoors again. While getting your tree indoors for one more season is possible, it becomes less feasible as it grows larger. Consider staking it securely if you need to reposition it.

Potted Christmas trees offer the beauty of a living tree and the sustainability of container growth. Blue spruce varieties, with their distinctive blue-green foliage, make them a popular choice for holiday decorating. Afterward, you can plant it outdoors, allowing trees to grow and providing beauty for future years and generations.