Ken’s Christmas Trees in St. Petersburg, Florida 2017

November 7, 2017

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Grand opening for 2017 will be Sat, NOV 18th at 5800 58 St N, St. Pete, 33709. Hope to see you this year !  Hours: Mon – Sat 10 am – 9 pm, closed Sundays.

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Ken’s Palm Trees in St. Petersburg, FL – closed for the 2017 season, if you bought from us this year, thank you very much. Perhaps we will see you again in March 2018.

May 12, 2017

Ken’s Christmas Trees 2016: sold out on Dec 10 – thank you customers and Merry Christmas !

December 10, 2016

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hope to see you perhaps in spring 2017 for Ken’s Palm Trees and Plants, great prices. Follow Ken’s Facebook page for more info.  “Ken’s Palm Trees in St. Petersburg, Florida”    727-768-2409

Sale on Christmas Trees in St. Petersburg, Florida 2016:

November 13, 2016

Fresh cut fraser fir trees and wreaths on sale beginning Wed. NOV. 23rd, 2016 at 5800 58 St N, zip 33709. Ken’s Trees has been making customers happy for 31 years!   See more info on our Facebook page at “Ken’s Christmas Trees in St Petersburg Florida ”

Hope to see you this year!

BEAUTIFUL FRASER FIR TREES-WREATHS-LOG REINDEER-CHRISTMAS TREE STANDS-CHRISTMAS 2016

October 30, 2016

 

 Ken’s Christmas Trees in St. Petersburg…WE’LL BE OPEN
BEFORE THANKSGIVING AT:
58TH ST & 58th Ave. N.
St. Pete, FL 33709
open Mon-Sat 10am-9pm, closed every Sunday
727-768-2409..call us for exact opening date.

Find us on Facebook at: “Ken’s Christmas Trees in St Petersburg florida “

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Will my Christmas Palm (adonidia) live? Here is a good short article from our local newspaper. Helpful advice. posted by Ken’s Palm Trees in St. Pete, call 727-768-2409

October 23, 2016

Ask Dr. Hort: caring for frost-damaged Christmas Palms
By Greg Charles, Special to the Times
In Print: Saturday, August 21, 2010
St. Petersburg Times, St. Petersburg, Florida

Christmas Palms (adonidias) still show signs of freeze damageQ: Our Christmas palms took a pretty hard hit this past winter. They seem to have survived, but new growth seems to have changed. New fronds that normally came in as spears to several feet in length and then opened are now coming out an inch or two and coming out opened and a bit deformed. Thank you for any help you can offer.
John Lovitz, Clearwater

A: The winter that wiped out Christmas palms is still showing its ugly face. The freezing temperatures damaged the bud or growing point that houses many fronds in their juvenile state. For many palms, the entire bud was damaged, resulting in the death of the plant. In your case, certain infant fronds were damaged, but fortunately not the entire bud, resulting in random mishaped fronds. Each new frond should look better than the last. Now is the time to fertilize with a micronutrient mix; I suggest SA Essential Minor L, available at your local garden center. The new growth will be in immediate need of iron, manganese, boron and zinc, which a quality micronutrient fertilizer will provide.

Best Christmas riddles and jokes for kids

October 21, 2016

from your friends at kenschristmastrees.com in St. Petersburg, Florida!

How to make a fraser fir Christmas wreath- Dr. Jim, Wreathologist from Ken’s Christmas Trees, St. Petersburg, Florida 727-768-2409 or kenschristmastrees.com

October 20, 2016

KEN’S CHRISTMAS TREES IN ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 2016…31 YEARS OF BUSINESS IN PINELLAS COUNTY!

October 19, 2016

 WE’LL BE OPEN
BEFORE THANKSGIVING AT:
58TH ST & 58th Ave. N.
St. Pete, FL 33709
open Mon-Sat 10am-9pm, closed every Sunday
727-768-2409

find us on Facebook for more info: Ken’s Christmas Trees in St Petersburg,  Florida.

Fraser Fir trees!

October 19, 2016

Here’s Ken with a beautiful fresh fraser fir- We have many – come see us!

Ken’s Christmas Trees in St. Petersburg, Florida 2016: 727-768-2409

58 St. N. and 58 Ave. St. Pete, 33709..

A 7 foot fraser fir tree
A 7 foot fraser fir tree

And look for our informative-and funny-videos on Youtube. Channel name: Ken’s Trees.

See our active Facebook page at: “Ken’s Christmas Trees in St. Petersburg, Florida”