Do you have pre-cut or shipped-in trees?
No. Everything is grown on the farm and still growing in the ground when you come to pick out a tree. A fresh-cut tree smells wonderful. If you need help choosing or cutting a tree, we can help you.
How long will a Christmas tree last in my house?
It depends on the tree and attention you give it. All cut trees need water. Please keep your tree’s water dish full, no extra plant food is necessary. Three to Four weeks is reasonable for a cut Christmas tree. Excellent needle-retentive choices include Canaan fir, and Eastern White pine. The advantage of cutting a fresh tree yourself is that alone increases needle retention over precut dead trees many fold.
How many trees do you have growing on the farm?
We have eighteen acres devoted to growing various hardwoods, ornamentals, and evergreens. There are literally tens of thousands of trees growing in all different stages of life.
Can I plant a Ball and Burlapped tree right now?
The best time to dig, move, and plant ball and burlap trees is fall through early spring. They cannot be moved during their active growing season.
How much do your choose and cut trees cost?
Red Cedar are all $35, no matter how big or small.
All varieties of Pine are $50, no matter how big or small.
All Spruce and Fir are measured, and they are $10 per foot.