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Our Family Farm

In 2004, the adventure began! Moving 3 active children from a 1700's Victorian in-town home on a quarter acre to a sprawling farm house on 12 acres with 3,500 Christmas trees, we began a family business dedicated to bringing memorable holiday experiences to you. The tradition continues today although much has changed. 16 years later, we remain committed to delivering a special holiday experience for you and your family that is second to none.

Though our children are grown and beginning their careers, the pull of the family business and tradition brings them back as we hope it will for you too. Even in this pandemic year, we are ready and willing to offer you an outdoor experience that can bring a smile to your face and joy to your heart during these difficult times. We will be taking full precautions to ensure everyone's safety, while keeping your Christmas tree adventure enjoyable and fun.

We have a limited number of good trees in the field this year, but will have a great selection of freshly cut pre-cut trees available Dec 5 along with a selection of wreaths, roping, porch pots, tree accessories, and stands.

Tree Varieties

Which Christmas tree variety is right for you? We have many to choose from. Most of our trees are 6-10 foot in height, and priced at $10 per foot. The price includes all of the extras as well: cutting the tree, baling it, drilling a hole in the bottom, and tying it on your car. Please visit or call us early in the season to reserve a tall tree.

Canaan Fir

These trees have relatively long and soft needles. Often mistaken for Fraser Firs, Canaan Firs have a bottlebrush-like appearance and a typical blue or silver tinge to them.

Blue Spruce

These trees are elegant and beautiful. Their branches are strong and sharp. They have a nice blue tinge to them and they are great for displaying ornaments because they are so strong. But, they are sharp to the touch and may not be appropriate for a house with young children.

Douglas Fir

This is a full, chunky and very green Christmas tree and is favored by families with young children. These trees tend to have very robust bases and short, soft needles. Their branches are typically very full, and the needles are soft and easy to touch.

Concolor Fir

These trees are classic and beautiful. They have a distinctive citrus aroma which makes them unique. They tend to be leaner than the Douglas Fir, with soft needles that are long. These branches have ample room between branches.

Fraser Fir

These trees tend to be tall and elegant. They are deep green and have sturdy branches with short needles that are soft to the touch.

Wreaths & More

We also offer pre-cut trees, decorated and undecorated wreaths, white pine roping, tree stands, grave blankets, ornaments, lights and more sold in our gift shop. We can even prepare custom greenery to meet your request. Just give us a call!

We currently have two 60” wreaths available! They are undecorated, but will happily decorate them as you request.

Tree Care FAQ

There are several key steps to ensure that your tree stays fresh and attractive. After purchasing the tree of your choice, we will bale it in loose netting. This open-weave sleeve will make it easier for you to get your tree home, and to protect it on the way. We also have twine, and our assistants will help you secure the tree onto or into your car.

When you get home, you should immediately put the tree base into fresh water. If you don't do this within 4 hours, then cut an additional inch off the stump of your tree before placing the tree in fresh water. A fresh cut will help the tree absorb water and stay fresh, and is necessary if a tree's sap has sealed over the cut. You can put the tree inside immediately for decorating, or you can leave the tree in any cool, shady place sheltered from winds or heat. Either way, we recommend keeping the netting on your tree until it is in your stand in your home.

Fresh trees tend to be very thirsty, so be sure to water it daily. A tree in a warm room can absorb as much as four pints of water a day, which is lost by evapotranspiration through the needles. You should check your tree daily, and add water as needed to make sure that the base of the tree is always covered with water. Check your tree closely, because with some stands, there can be water in the stand even though the base of the tree is no longer submerged in water.

Opening Hours

We're officially closed for the season. Thanks for a fabulous year. We wish you a safe, healthy and Merry Christmas!