Perfectplant Tree Farm

Discover a wide variety of plants to brighten your home and garden. From lush indoor plants to vibrant outdoor flora, we have something for every green thumb.

Nov 24 – Dec 24

Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 8pm

Friday – Saturday: 10am – 9pm

You can find us at your nearest mall parking lot

Coast Redwood

The Coast Redwood is renowned for being the tallest tree species in the world, thriving in the coastal regions of California.

Monterey Pine

The Monterey Pine is a fast-growing conifer known for its bright green needles and resilience in coastal climates.

Incense Cedar

The Incense Cedar emits a pleasant fragrance and features distinctive reddish-brown bark, making it a popular choice for ornamental planting and timber.

Noble Fir

The Noble Fir is prized for its symmetrical shape and sturdy branches, often used as a Christmas tree and for construction purposes.

Sierra Redwood

Also known as the Giant Sequoia, the Sierra Redwood is famous for its immense size and longevity, standing as one of the oldest living tree species.

Scotch Pine

The Scotch Pine, with its blue-green needles and rugged bark, is a versatile species used in reforestation and holiday decorations.

“Perfect Plant has completely transformed my home and garden! Their selection of trees and plants is unparalleled, and I was thrilled with the quality of the Coast Redwood and Noble Fir I purchased. The staff was incredibly knowledgeable and helped me choose the best options for my space. I now have a lush, green oasis right in my backyard, and I couldn’t be happier. Perfect Plant is my go-to for all my gardening needs!”
— Sarah M., San Francisco, CA

“I can’t recommend Perfect Plant enough! As someone new to gardening, I was a bit overwhelmed, but their team made the process so easy. I bought a Monterey Pine and an Incense Cedar, and both are thriving beautifully. The customer service was top-notch, offering me helpful advice on planting and care. Their dedication to quality and sustainability really sets them apart. Perfect Plant has earned a loyal customer in me!”
— John D., Portland, OR

“Perfect Plant has exceeded all my expectations! I recently purchased a Sierra Redwood and a Scotch Pine, and both trees are thriving magnificently in my garden. The team at Perfect Plant provided invaluable guidance on how to plant and care for them, ensuring they would grow healthy and strong. Their commitment to customer satisfaction and passion for plants really shines through in everything they do. I’m delighted with my purchase and look forward to adding more beautiful trees to my collection from Perfect Plant!”
— Emily R., Seattle, WA

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I choose the right plant for my home or garden?

Choosing the right plant depends on several factors, including the amount of sunlight your space receives, the climate you live in, and your personal preferences. For indoor plants, consider the lighting conditions in your home – some plants thrive in bright, indirect light, while others do well in low-light conditions. For outdoor plants, think about the climate and soil type in your garden. Our team at Perfect Plant is always here to help you make the best choice. Feel free to reach out to us with details about your space, and we can recommend plants that will flourish in your environment.

What are the best practices for planting a new tree?

When planting a new tree, start by choosing a suitable location with enough space for the tree to grow to its full size. Dig a hole that is twice as wide as the root ball but no deeper. Place the tree in the hole, making sure the top of the root ball is level with the ground. Fill the hole with soil, gently tamping it down to remove air pockets. Water the tree thoroughly after planting and apply a layer of mulch around the base to retain moisture. Regular watering, especially in the first few years, is crucial for the tree’s establishment and growth.

How often should I water my plants?

The watering needs of plants vary depending on the species, the environment, and the time of year. Generally, indoor plants should be watered when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. For outdoor plants, the frequency of watering depends on the climate and soil type, but a good rule of thumb is to water deeply once a week. It’s important to avoid overwatering, which can lead to root rot. Instead, ensure that your plants have good drainage and allow the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. During hotter months, you may need to water more frequently.

What should I do if my plant shows signs of disease or pest infestation?

If your plant shows signs of disease or pest infestation, it’s important to act quickly. First, isolate the affected plant to prevent the problem from spreading to others. Identify the issue by examining the symptoms – common signs include discolored leaves, spots, or visible insects. Use organic or chemical treatments appropriate for the specific pest or disease. Pruning affected areas and improving plant care, such as adjusting watering or light conditions, can also help. For persistent problems, consult with a plant care expert or reach out to our team at Perfect Plant for tailored advice and solutions.

Get 10% Off With Any Purchace

Enjoy an exclusive 10% discount on your entire purchase when you shop with us. Simply add your favorite plants to your cart, and the discount will be automatically applied at checkout – it’s our way of saying thank you for choosing Perfect Plant!

Caring for Your Tree

Make a Fresh Cut

Ensure your tree stays hydrated by making a fresh cut at the base before placing it in water. This helps the tree absorb water more efficiently and stay fresh longer.

Water Daily

Keep your tree healthy and vibrant by watering it daily to maintain moisture. Regular watering prevents the needles from drying out and falling off prematurely.

Put in Water

Immediately place the tree in water after making the cut to prevent the trunk from sealing and losing its ability to absorb water. This step is crucial to maintaining the tree’s freshness and longevity.

Mini-lights Produce Minimum Heat

Use mini-lights on your tree as they produce minimal heat, reducing the risk of drying out the branches. These lights are also energy-efficient and safe for prolonged use.

Keep Away from Heat Sources

Position your tree away from heat sources such as radiators or fireplaces to prevent it from drying out and becoming a fire hazard. Heat sources can cause the tree to lose moisture rapidly, increasing the risk of fire.

Remove Tree Promptly

Once the holiday season is over, promptly remove the tree to maintain safety and cleanliness in your home. This helps prevent potential hazards and keeps your living space tidy.


You can find us at your nearest mall parking lot


(255) 352-6258

Dates & Hours

Nov 24th – Dec 24th
Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 8pm
Friday – Saturday: 10am – 9pm
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