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Grow Your Own CHRISTMAS TREE COLLECTION - 4 Gift Packets of Tree Seeds - Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, Douglas Fir, & Blue Spruce + Free Gift Bag

Grow Your Own CHRISTMAS TREE COLLECTION - 4 Gift Packets of Tree Seeds - Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, Douglas Fir, & Blue Spruce + Free Gift Bag

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4 Pack Collection: Fraser Fir, Douglas Fir, Balsam Fir, & Blue Spruce
+ Free Gift Bag

Imagine how thrilling it would be to grow your very own Christmas Trees!

There’s nothing like the delightful, magical fragrance of a real tree perfuming the air to make it really feel like Christmas! Envision how rewarding it would be to spend the season with one you grew yourself (& the bragging rights that will come with it, lol!). Besides being a lot of fun to do, growing your own trees can also save you a fortune!

As exciting as it’d be for you, so would it be for everyone on your gift list! 

Seedville USA's Grow Your Own Christmas Tree Gift Seed Packets are the perfect gift for everyone on your list! They make an excellent present on their own, are a superb stocking stuffer, & look great gracing a gift basket. 

We've rounded up the 4 most popular types of Christmas Tree seeds for you & packaged them attractively so they are perfect for gifting. This 4 pack collection includes: Fraser Fir, Douglas Fir, Balsam Fir, & Blue Spruce, & a free gift bag! Don't forget to get one for yourself!

The seeds are easy to plant (instructions are included) & you don't need to be experienced to be successful with these. It's fun for all ages! Seed planting is a great activity to do with children, & it's so much fun for them to watch them grow as they do. These seeds can even be winter sown, so you don't have to wait to get started. 

With plenty of seeds in each pack, you'll have enough to cut & to leave a beautiful legacy, or use my favorite method … Grow the trees in containers for the first few years, bringing them indoors for the weeks surrounding Christmas. Once they become too large to be brought in, plant them in their permanent place outdoors. It's a win-win! You get to enjoy a real Christmas tree, the tree gets to live on for future generations of humans & wildlife to enjoy, & the tree can reproduce & make even more trees. (Pro Tip - Sow a few new tree seeds every couple of years so you always have the perfect size!)

All species are native to the USA & were grown, harvested, & hand packaged with pride in the USA :)


The Fraser Fir is one of the most popular types of Christmas Tree for good reason! The trees naturally grow in a lovely pyramid shape so don’t require much pruning, & their dense branches full of soft dark blue-green needles with silvery undersides are very attractive. Importantly, they are able to retain their needles for a long time (typically 6 weeks or so) after being cut. Their slim form makes them a good fit for smaller spaces. They feature strong limbs with an upward curvature that hold ornaments well & won’t sag under the weight of allll those ornaments you can’t wait to lovingly smother it with. A close relative of the Balsam Fir, the Fraser Fir is quite fragrant, & its scent really is best described as “Christmas” – like Balsam - a bit like pine with woody, earthy tones, & a hint of citrus.
Fraser Firs have been used as the White House Christmas tree more than any other species, & is the tree chosen for the banquet hall at Biltmore. I myself cannot hear ‘Fraser Fir’ without thinking of Harold & Kumar :)
View More Info on the Fraser Fir HERE
Being the most fragrant of all Christmas Tree varieties, The Balsam Fir remains one of the most popular & beloved. Quite simply put, they smell like Christmas in all of its magical glory & delight. The rich aroma is a clean & crisp, & refreshing & invigorating with piney & woodsy tones mixed with sweet & citrusy notes. Balsam Firs have an ideal shape, naturally growing in a desirable pyramidal form, & soft dark green needles. Like the closely related Fraser Fir, Balsam Firs are able to retain their needles for long period after being harvested, typically remaining for 5 – 6 weeks. Their sturdy branches will support oodles of ornaments, & their more elongated form makes a Balsam Fir an excellent choice for a small spaces.
For the qualities listed above (superior fragrance, lovely coloration, needle-retention, etc.) the boughs of the Balsam Fir are an excellent & popular choice for the making of Christmas wreaths, garlands, swags, centerpieces, & other holiday décor.
View More Info on the Balsam Fir HERE
The Douglas Fir has been one of the most popular types of Christmas Trees for over 100 years & remains a best seller today. They grow in a lovely pyramid shape naturally so don’t require much pruning to look their very best. Douglas Firs have a very full shape, so are great for larger spaces. The needles are soft & remain on the tree for about 4 weeks after having been cut. They have a fantastic fragrance that is fresh & clean, piney & woodsy, & sweet with hints of citrus.
View More Info on the Douglas Fir HERE
The Blue Spruce, a timeless classic beloved for their stunningly beautiful signature silvery-blue color, remains one of the most popular types of Christmas trees. Their dense branching provides a full appearance & their sturdy branches hold the weight of ornaments well. Spruce trees retain their needles for around 4 weeks after being cut if they are kept well hydrated. The fragrance is delightful, with a scent of cool pine & crisp woods that is clean & Christmasy. Capturing the essence of a stroll through a pine forest, Blue Spruce manages to be both refreshing & invigorating as well as warm, inviting, & relaxing with woody earthy undertones.
And, guess what the living Christmas Tree on the White House’s south lawn is? Yep, you got it – it’s a Blue Spruce!
View More Info on the Blue Spruce HERE



Photo Credits
19 By Wallace Howe from Canada - Family Road Trip to Newfoundland July 12th-28th 2017, CC BY-SA 2.0, httpscommons.wikimedia.orgwindex.phpcurid=80252221
20 By Famartin - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, httpscommons.wikimedia.orgwindex.phpcurid=62696040
21 By R. A. Nonenmacher - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, httpscommons.wikimedia.orgwindex.phpcurid=37446624
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