Warm the hearts of a family in need… This Christmas season Pine Meadows Tree Farms is giving away a free Christmas tree to a family in need for every 25 customers who share their experience online with hashtag #PineMeadows
Install tips for fresh tree converts!
First time cutting your own farm grown Christmas tree? (or 10th time but never thought of this!) Here are a few tips you might find useful… 1) Get us to bale your tree at the farm. For only
Help us share the joy and get a free Mini Christmas Tree!
Come experience the wonder of cutting your very own fresh, live Christmas tree. Once you start it quickly becomes a family tradition – just ask our regular friends whom we look forward to seeing every year! We have some special offers for you
Customer appreciation prize 2013
As a token of appreciation to all of our clients for your support of our local tree farm we are very pleased to be giving a prize iPad mini just on time for the lucky winner to slip under the
Christmas 2013 Season Opening!
It’s that time of year on the Christmas Tree Farm! We are cutting for our wholesale orders and shipping some big trees too! The picture on this post is of the tree for the Grouse Mountain ski resort!
Thank You all for a Wonderful Year in 2012
From all of us at Pine Meadows Christmas Tree Farm, we would like to thank you for trusting us with growing your Christmas tree. We appreciate all the new customers who visited our farm in 2012 and all our returning
Is it good for the environment to buy a real Christmas tree?
Yes. Christmas trees are intentionally grown for your enjoyment and are a renewable resource. Tree farms help control soil erosion and provide year-round homes for wildlife. Real Christmas trees absorb carbon dioxide and other gases, emitting fresh oxygen into the
Your Wagon Awaits
As you head out over our 14 acres of hand sheared Fir, Pine and Spruce trees to choose from, bring one of our durable wagons with you. It will make the walk back to the barn much easier – plus
Pre-Cut Trees Just Hanging Around
If you would rather not cut your own tree from the fields, we have Pre-cut trees in our barn. We hang them from the barn roof by chains so you can easily twirl them around to see every side. Stay
How often do I need to water my cut tree?
Cut trees are thirsty and can drink up to four litres of water per day. Check the water level daily and supply fresh water as needed. We recommend having a tree stand which holds at least one gallon (approx. four