Please notice that we will be opening one week later this year (2020). These are our open times for this year 2021:
December 4 8 to 5
December 5 8 to 5
December 6 closed
December 7 12 to 5
December 8 12 to 5
December 9 12 to 5
December 10 12 to 5
December 11 8 to 5
December 12 8 to 5
December 13 closed for the season
Our trees are priced by the tree for any size. This includes the short ones. We have everything here that you will need for cutting a tree and taking it home with you. Your leashed dog is welcome to join you in your pursuit. Bring a duty bag and don't leave it under another tree :(
If you plan to leave the tree outside before taking it in the house, keep it on the shady side of the house. Always make a fresh cut on the trunk before you bring it in even if it is the same day as it was cut. Keep the stand pot full of water especially for the first week. It will often drink a gallon of water per day. Keep the tree away from hot spots in the house such as by the heating vent.
We ask that everyone entering the sales shed to have a mask on as we will. Hot cider will not be self-serve this year. An attendant will draw cider for you. The saw racks will be labeled as disinfected and not disinfected. You know how that works.
This is a real tree farm where trees are growing in the ground. There are no precut trees. If we've had a recent rain, you can expect it to be wet in the field. It is always a good bet to wear boots. We have everything here you'll need to cut a tree. If you call during the middle of the day, it is likely that I'll be too busy to answer the phone. We'll have a wagon shuttle to transport your tree from the field to sales shed. At the sales shed we will shake and bale your tree. We provide twine to attach to your car. A tree will fit on any car. We can help you cut or tie your tree. If you may need assistance, we can give you more attention if you arrive early or late afternoon, when we're less busy. This is the only location for accurate information; Google and other sites are not accurate. Updated February 2021