What is the temperature requirement for Chiristmas tree?
According to the experts of Swan valley Christmas Tree the best temperature is about normal room temperature. Warm temperature will be more suitable initially if tree is about 6 to 7 ft tall . Warmer the temperature faster it will grow . Also the temperature of the water supplied to the tree is to be maintained for proper growth.
I think that it is important not to pass over 10 degrees ’cause then it will become yellow. But I have some questions but about the Italian cypress. I found on the internet this https://www.plantingtree.com/products/italian-cypress-tree site and ordered from there some cypresses. I got in love with them from the beginning. I read about their care and what kind of pesticides I have to give them in order to make them grow correctly. I planted them they look gorgeous in my garden but I’m afraid of the minus temperatures. Do you know anything about that?
In order to properly answer this question, it would be helpful to know what you are trying to do with the Christmas tree. If you are wondering about how to keep it fresh indoors, cooler temperatures are probably best. The tree will drink less water and the needles will dry out less quickly. If you are wondering about how to keep a live tree happy, the species will make a big difference in that equation. Fraser and Balsam firs are often used as Christmas trees. However, so are a variety of pines and spruces. Different species have different origins, so their cultural requirements vary. Supposing you are trying to keep a live Christmas tree for later planting outdoors, I’m afraid it can be difficult. If you live in a northern climate, you won’t have much luck. Evergreens need to go through a seasonal period of rest. When you interrupt that dormancy, all sorts of things can go wrong biologically. I realize you asked this question many months ago, but if you still have questions, give me a bit more info and I will try to help in any way I can.