We have 7 species of trees in our fields, including Fraser fir, Balsam fir, Fralsam, Concolor fir, Blue spruce, Norway spruce, and Canaan fir.  Frasers, Canaans, and Concolors TEND to hold needles the best, while Balsams and Fralsams have been suggested as having a stronger scent.  We have found that most folks (including us sometimes!) can't tell the difference between Frasers, Balsams, and Fralsams... and all last plenty long enough for the Christmas Season.  The Spruces tend to have stronger branches and very heavy density (fullness)... Blue Spruce are gorgeous blue BUT have very sharp needles (we don't recommend these for families with young children).  Norway Spruce have gorgeous dark dark green color and fantastic tree shape, yet can lose needles more quickly that some species, particularly if one isn't diligent about water each day.  For this reason, we tag our Norways for cutting in mid-December only.  We sell a lot of Norways for outdoor use, eg, Hudson will have one of our trees this year for in front of their Town Hall, it's a GORGEOUS Norway.  

A row of Concolors below.  Note the 3"+ needles and the light blue/green color.  We have Concolors from 7' up to 12' this season (2017).

A pair of Norway Spruce below. Dark green needles, upward-swaying branches.  These are best for outdoor uses, as they tend to be quite wide at the base.

A mix of Canaans and Balsams.  Note these are not 'overly trimmed', so they have a natural shape and each tree is unique.

This year we will have hundreds of cut-your-own trees, ranging from 6' up to ~12' (and a few real big ones).   We do not trim our cut-your-own Christmas trees very much, they are grown and allowed to shape themselves in their natural habit.  Our cut-your-own trees are priced according to size, shape, species, and quality.  Some trees are harder to grow than others, may take longer (eg, Concolors), or may need extra care in order to become a Christmas Tree.  We have trees for as little as $15, while the largest trees (over 10') are priced accordingly.  Cut-your-own trees tend to cost a bit more than the pre-cut trees, and usually sell quickly in the first few days we open.  Nonetheless, we also have hundreds of pre-cut trees to accommodate folks.

Our pre-cut trees are also priced according to size.  These trees are not comparable to the trees you might see at other road-side 'tree stands', the Supermarket parking lot, or at major box-stores (eg, Lowes, Home Depot, Walmart).  We only order Premium trees, they are cut the week of delivery (whereas most outlets have their trees cut in early November, some even in late October).  If you see trees sitting in a parking lot 2 weeks before Thanksgiving, those trees were quite possibly cut in late October.  Yeah, before Halloween.  That means those trees are already losing water, drying out, and will not last as long. 

Our pre-cut Frasers range from ~$40 for 5', 7' to 8' range from $65 to ~$75, and larger trees priced accordingly.  We have trees up to 14' this season.  Price generally depends upon the height, trees are tagged with prices so it's easy to compare.  Please be aware our trees are generally very full (what is called 'Heavy Density'),  with lovely tapers and leaders (the leader is the top of the tree where the star or angel goes).  And our trees are HEAVY in weight, full of water.  Some weigh over 100 lbs. 

See the link to the left to better understand the grades of Christmas trees.  Our trees DO cost a wee bit more because we receive shipments over the course of the season, with trees cut each week, so they are fresh fresh fresh.  Full of water, and that means they will last as long as possible.

We only accept cash and check, we do have an ATM in the barn, and there are other ATMs only 5 minutes from the Farm (near the Shaw's supermarket).


Cut your own


Pre-cut Tree Storage

We store our pre-cut trees inside our Christmas Tree Barn, out of the sun and wind...  Our trees will be healthy, full, and heavy... that means they are full of water and as fresh as can be.  Our pre-cut trees will therefore last much longer inside your home during the Christmas season than trees stored outside for weeks at a time.  Many of our pre-cut trees are cut the week AFTER Thanksgiving.  That means they are fresher and last longer.