U-Cut Christmas Trees – Tacoma WA

COATES CHRISTMAS TREES

Coates Christmas Trees

17225 SE Green Valley Rd
Auburn, WA 98092

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Tree Pricing

ONE PRICE FOR ALL TREE SIZES

Type

Credit/Debit

Cash

Noble Fir

$69.50

$66.50

Douglas Fir

$39.50

$36.50

Grand Fir

$49.50

$46.50

Fraser Fir

$69.50

$66.50

Turkish Fir

$69.50

$66.50

Korean Fir

$69.50

$66.50

White Pine

$32.50

$29.50

Blue Spruce

$49.50

$46.50

It's that time of year again, the holidays are coming up and it's time to start taking into account the to-do lists. If you're like most people, the holidays include Thanksgiving, and head right into Christmas. With all the planning that will go into getting ready for the holiday season, it's not a bad idea to get started now. One of the family favorites that you will feel better having crossed off your to-do list is knowing where to get your family Christmas Tree. There are many options of where to go, the one to consider is Coates Christmas Trees, U-Cut Christmas Trees serving Tacoma WA.

Locating a nearby farm like Coates Christmas Trees, may feel like finding that little piece home that you either had forgotten about or always wish you had. Christmas tree farms are a great place to start family traditions and build enduring family memories. In the hustle and bustle of everyday life there is something incredible about going outside and looking for that perfect tree. Not the Charlie Brown Christmas Tree, but you know the one, the one where you look at it and it's almost like there is a spot light shinning down on it saying "take me." This is the one where your Christmas memories will be built around. .

Coates Christmas Trees will give you the opportunity to take a day and spend it with the family making memories. Whether it's your initial trip to a U-Cut Christmas tree farm or you're a seasoned expert, every trip will create new and enduring memories. However, there are a few tips to bear in mind that will help with making happy memories. First, be prepared. This means dressing for the weather, for the messy job at hand, and being prepared for the transport home. Additionally, you may should think about the long day it will entail, as well as the exercise. While it may sound like a lot, it really isn't when compared to the memories in the making. When it's all said and done, being prepared for your annual tradition will bring you years of memories.

Points to keep in mind when
choosing your tree:

  • Size: stick to the size you made a decision on. A tree usually looks smaller out in the open and it seems to grow the moment you get it into your house!
  • choose a tree whose branches are strong enough to take the weight of your ornaments.
  • Some trees have sharp needles, this could be a factor if you have small children or pets.
  • measure the height of the container you are intending to use for the tree

  • You need to check your house and decide where you want the tree to stand
  • evaluate the height of your ceiling

  • Decide what decoration you want to use as a tree topper and measure its height.
  • Do some quick arithmetic. Your tree should be the height of your ceiling minus the height of your container, minus the tree topper ornament and minus about 6-10 inches so your tree does not brush against your ceiling.
  • Consider the girth of the tree and check how far the branches can reach sideways without utilizing all the space in your room. It is best to actually determine the space provided so you can be sure.
  • Make a note of how many sides of your tree will be on display (At times a tree is placed in a corner where only two sides are really exhibited. This will influence which tree you select.
  • check the weight of the ornaments you intend to use to decorate your tree. Take note of all these points.

Make the actual tree cutting encounter a fun family outing. Bring your notes, a tape measure and a saw when you go to get the tree. Most Christmas trees are lightly sheared to make them easier to decorate and more symmetrical. Two of the most well-known trees are the Douglas Fir and the Noble Fir, but there are many other varieties.
The Douglas Fir has soft needles and a distinct spear shape. The needles are medium length, dark green-blue in color and radiate in all directions from the branch. The fragrance is a bit like citrus. The needles hold well and the branches are medium strength.
The Noble Fir is also very popular. It is beautifully symmetrical and has short stiff common. a bit more spaced. The blue-green needlesfrom time to time appear silver. The needles grow upwards leaving the underside of the twigs exposed. The needles hold well.
Care of your tree:
As soon as you get home, cut a fraction of an inch off the bottom of the tree and stand the tree in water. This is essential to keep the tree fresh. A tree will drink about a gallon of water a day. A fresh tree will keep its moisture, will not easily shed needles and will maintain its fragrance so you can enjoy it for longer.

Enjoy the outing to look for your perfect tree. Coates Christmas Trees remain the best option for selection, freshness and family togetherness when you get your tree. Merry Christmas!