The magic of Christmas

"Never worry about the size of your Christmas tree.  In the eyes of children, they are all 30 feet tall."  ~Larry Wilde, The Merry Book of Christmas.

Frequently asked Questions

"When are you OPENING?"

  • Opening Friday, November 25, 2016 at 9am.  We will remain open each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9am to 4pm, and plan to close for the season on Friday December 23 at 4pm (or when this year's selection has sold out).

"What kind of trees do you have?"

  • Most of the trees are traditional Frasier and Balsam Fir trees, we also have a nice selection of Korean Fir and even some hard-to-find large Douglas Firs.  We have all sizes of trees and some are over 15ft tall!  Come early for best selection, and check the "latest news" for updates...

"How much do your trees cost?"

  • We are gathering an inventory by type and size and will post 2016 prices on the "latest news" page soon.  Because we are a family-fun traditional farm, we provide a competitive value.

"Can we bring our dog?"

  • Well-controlled dogs on a strong leash are welcome.  Bring a plastic bag and scooper in case nature calls in a public area...  ; )

"Do you tie the trees?"

  • We have two tree balers that can wrap your tree in plastic netting for the journey to your home. You will need to bring ropes or ratchet ties to secure the tree to your vehicle; also consider tarps or blankets to help protect your roof or vehicle interior.  NOTE:  If you select a very large tree, or it's unusually cold, the tree baler process can result in broken branches - we may advise against baling if that is the case.

"How long should we plan to be onsite?"

  • It's up to you!  Keep in mind it gets dark by 4pm in December so plan your visit accordingly. The trees are not a long walk away.  We  hope you'll allow time to browse, find, and cut your perfect tree and visit with us and your neighbors over a warm cocoa or cider at the festive crafts and greens shop.  On your way back from the fields check out the miniature - but ever-growing - St. Nicholas Christmas Village!