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Buying products online is a great way to make sure you're getting the best product for your money. While you may have a few stores in your area that could give you a few options, shopping online opens up more opportunities. With a wider variety of products, prices, qualities, and shipping prices, online shopping will not only save you money but time as well.
Last but not least, you can do your shopping from the comfort of your own home, making it all the more convenient.
Check out this list of 25 different online stores to buy pine trees!
Amazon is one of the internet's biggest e-commerce options, full of any and all products you could possibly want. From mini houses to live trees, they've got what you're looking for. Amazon has been built around a system of reliable reviews left by customers, making it easy for you to find the perfect product you are looking for without compromising in quality.
eBay is one of the internet's longest-standing e-commerce stores, but it's not quite the same as Amazon. Whereas Amazon (for the most part) is a business with other businesses incorporated into it, eBay is made up of individual people selling a wide range of products.
Each seller can be rated by the people who buy from them, which means you won't have to worry about buying from someone who other customers haven't had great experiences with.
3. Fast Growing Trees
Fast Growing Trees is a website that specializes in finding you the greenery you need for your landscape. They sell a variety of different trees and bushes, from barrier hedges to fruit trees and bushes. They have an entire section specifically for plants that are on sale, making it easy for you to find deals. They also feature a banner across the top of their website informing you of any deals they have going on, which can help save you money.
4. Cold Stream Farm
Cold Stream Farm offers variety like few other sites do. With every pine tree they have, they list a variety of sizes and prices so you are sure to be able to find exactly what you're looking for, no matter your budget or available space.
Worried about your shipment? They have their contact information listed in a very prominent location at the top of their website, making them easy to contact with any questions you might have. They also have an attached blog full of tips to help you with your plants!
5. Home Depot
Home Depot has built itself a reputation for having nearly everything you could possibly need for your home. Refrigerators, bolts, screws, and yes, even plants. Not only do they have an online store, they have physical locations all over the United States, making it even easier to find what you're looking for.
They make it easy to find ongoing deals as well as locations that are near you, and you can sort your search results by price, making sure you stay within your budget.
6. Tennessee Wholesale Nursery
If you're looking for somewhere to buy your tree that offers great customization along with fantastic prices, you're not going to find much better than Tennessee Wholesale Nursery. When you click on a product, you're presented with a variety of information that is very easy to understand.
For example, they tell you when in the season your product ships, the sun requirements, the zones it can be planted in, and other basic information that will be good for you to know as an owner of that specific tree (or other plants).
7. The Tree Center
The Tree Center has a very large variety of available products, complete with all the information you could need regarding individual plants. They even offer an occasional discount to new customers, giving you a cushion for your initial purchase.
They have a blog to help you out, as well as several learning centers that deal with their shipping, product guarantees, and any other support you might need from them. If you have any questions about a specific product, first search for that product itself. Each one has been given a variety of information that will probably answer all the questions you have, as well as ones you didn't know you needed to be answered!
8. Arbor Day Foundation
The Arbor Day Foundation is a non-profit organization that is completely dedicated to planting trees. They've planted over three hundred and fifty million trees, and they've made it easy for you to help them out! They have a wide variety of products available for you to plant along with many different kinds of pine trees.
This store comes with a special tool that helps you find the perfect tree for the area you live in. All you have to do is enter your zip code, and it gives you a number of trees that are perfect for the zone you live in. It couldn't be any easier!
9. Nature Hills
First and foremost, Nature Hills has fantastic shipping rates. Compared to the cost of shipping for many other online stores, you'll be hard-pressed to find anything better. They will also occasionally offer free shipping if you spend a certain amount of money on your order.
Each plant has a list of characteristics listed in its description, making it easy for you to get to know the plant and its needs. The website also features a handy tool that helps you figure out which zone you live in, ensuring that you know which plants will thrive in your area.
10. Brighter Blooms
We all love a place that actually advertises their clearances and sales because we all love saving money! Brighter Blooms display their sales across the top of their website, advertising to you exactly what you can save, and helping you get the products you love.
You can filter your search results by growth zone to help you get the best product for your area, and customers can leave reviews for each product, helping you to know if the product you're going to receive is the quality you expect.
Gurney's can have a fluctuating availability of products, so make sure you check back frequently with what you're looking for. Customers who have purchased from them can leave reviews that will help you find the perfect product, and you can have questions about specific products that you want to have answered before you make the purchase.
Are you wondering if your tree will drop pollen everywhere, whether or not you're going to need to prune it, or what kinds of soil it needs? It's all listed right there. Click here to learn how to prune your pine tree!
12. Direct Gardening
Direct Gardening doesn't have the largest inventory, but they do have quality products, and a great sale collection. Each category has additional sales listed, so you can not only look for what you need but easily find related sales without needless effort.
If you feel like it, you can sign up for their newsletter which will alert you to ongoing sales and other events they have going on. Even without their sales, their prices are fantastic, so make them one of your first stops when it comes time to purchase your plants!
Etsy is a great place to shop if you are wanting to support individual people and small businesses as opposed to large companies and corporations. Etsy isn't a business itself, it's more of a support system.
Think of it as a farmers market that hosts lots of individual people who are then able to sell their products. Each seller can be rated by the person who has purchased from them, which will help you make sure you are purchasing from someone who offers quality products for a good price.
Lowe's, similarly to Home Depot, sells a very wide variety of home products, from appliances and lumber, to certain kinds of decor. They also sell trees! With their wide variety of different products, they also have a very well developed website to hold them all.
They have made it extremely easy to find exactly what you're looking for with the ability to narrow down your search. They also have a section of their website completely devoted to savings to help you save money.
15. Select Seedling Nursery
Their website doesn't have as many options as several others, but the build is extremely simple, and it couldn't be easier to understand. If you're looking for a website that isn't going to bombard you with tabs and information that is hard to understand or filter though, this is the online store for you.
If you have a problem with your shipment or questions about a product, they have a contact tab at the top of their website, making it easy to get any answers you need.
16. Green Thumbs Garden
Green Thumbs Garden, like many nurseries that grow and sell their own plants, have fluctuating stock, so make sure you check back frequently to see if they have what you're looking for. They grow, pick, and package everything themselves and ship it straight to you, completely removing the middleman and getting you the best products.
17. Bodenhamer Farms And Nursery
If you're looking to find pine seedlings in Bulk, Bodenhamer Farms is the place for you to shop! They sell individual seedlings as well, so check them out for any pine tree related needs you may have.
Whether its seeds or seedlings, you're sure to be able to find what you're looking for at Discount99. It's essentially a hub website that connects you to products on many other websites. Think of it as Google but only for products and things you want to buy.
19. Garden Goods Direct
Garden Goods Direct has a wide variety of pine products, from trees to shrubs and wreaths. They also occasionally offer a discount on your first purchase if you sign up for their newsletter, which is a great incentive for new customers.
20. Bower and Branch
Bower and Branch have their products set up differently than most websites. Instead of tiles, they have a list feature filled with information that you don't have to actually click on the product page to see.
21. The Tree Store
The Tree Store has a number of unique ways for you to sort your search results, with options to sort by growth zone, light needs, and shipping size. Their website also offers a chance at getting free plants! Depending on how much money you end up spending (not counting shipping), you can qualify to receive up to ten free plants!
22. Woodie's Garden Goods
Woodie's Garden Goods not only has a large variety of different pine trees, but they also have a number of different gardening goods and tools that will be useful in taking care of the plants you purchase from them. Once you click on a product, you're not only given the typical plant information, you're offered suggestions for other products that could aid you in caring for the plant you're purchasing.
23. Spring Hill Nursery
Spring Hill Nursery has loaded each product page with helpful, relevant information about their products that will help you care for the plant you are purchasing. They give you shipping details, like when during the season your product will ship, what zone you live in, and whether or not they have it in stock.
They also provide you with the zone you live in, the suggested zone for the plant, and lots of other information that all but guarantees success with your plant.
24. Sooner Plant Farm
Sooner Plant Farm offers over 3500 different kinds and varieties of plants. Established in 1999, they're so confident in their products and the way they do business, they actively encourage their customers to compare products, prices, and satisfaction with comparable products from their competitors. They have a bargain section of their website, so if you're not sure where to start, check out their sales and go from there!
25. Fox River Valley Nursery
Fox River Valley Nursery has a beautiful website that is easy to navigate. And they love their new customers! So long as your purchase isn't a sale item, they give their new customers ten percent off their first purchase. They sell gift certificates if you're looking to buy a gift for a friend, and depending on how much you spend, you can qualify to get free plants in your order!