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
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
How do I keep my cut tree looking green and healthy?
Immediately place your tree in water when you get home and keep the tree out of the sun and sheltered from the wind. When you’re ready to set up your tree, refresh the cut tree and place it in a
Do I need to bring anything with me to get my U-cut or Pre-cut tree?
We supply the handsaws (to cut your tree) and wagons (to easily cart your tree from the field or barn) to your vehicle. We recommend you wear outdoor shoes or boots, a warm jacket and a hat (weather dependent). If
Welcoming familiar faces back to the farm
It was wonderful to see so many familiar faces and new ones this weekend at the farm. Finding the perfect tree is a family event and one that just naturally brings a smile to everyone’s face. We couldn’t have asked
Come pick out your live Christmas tree from the farm today starting at 9 am. We’re open for the 2012 season every day from 9 am – 6 pm from Nov 24 – Dec 23 and open till noon on Dec 24.
Christmas starts with the tree
Christmas is one of those events which many of us remember well into adulthood. You may forget what you found in your stocking or under the tree, but you tend to remember the tree. Starting November 24, you can cut your own