Carolina Sapphire is fast becoming one of our most popular Christmas trees. When on display at the SC State Fair, Carolina Sapphire stops people in their tracks.
- Looks like a Cedar tree but is bluer and gentle to the touch
- Festive aroma, with hints of lemon and mint
- Make sure to keep your Sapphire well watered. It’s best cut later in the season, but some bring it home Thanksgiving weekend with success.
- Keys to maximize needle retention: Give it a fresh cut before placing it in its stand. Check water daily. Do not display tree near a heat source – the cooler your house the better!