Tree Species Available

Balsam Fir

Fraser Fir

White Pine

Canaan Fir

Scotch Pine

Blue Spruce

Black Hills Spruce


You may cut your own tree or we will be happy to cut one for you. We will provide you with a saw or you may bring your own hand-held saw.  No chainsaws are allowed.  All trees that are able to be cut have a tag with the variety and price of the tree. We have trees available from 6-12 feet in size. 

All trees that can be cut are tagged and given a price.  The price of the tree is determined by three factors; variety of tree, size of tree, and overall quality of the tree.  Most trees are priced at $12-14 per foot.  Sales tax is included in the listed price. 

Unfortunately we are not able to accept credit cards at this time.

After you purchase your tree enjoy some complimentary cookies.

 
Black Hills Spruce
The Black Hills Spruce, Picea Glauca Var. densata, is noted for its dark green foliage and conical form. Black Hills Spruce trees are very dense and have a deep dark green color.

Blue Spruce
The Blue Spruce, is an attractive tree often used for Christmas trees or as ornamentals, particularly in the eastern United States and Europe.

 
Canaan Fir
Canaan (pronounced “Ka-naan”, with emphasis on the last syllable) is a relative newcomer to the Christmas tree market. It has many similarities to both Fraser and balsam firs in growth and appearance.

 Scotch Pine
The Scotch Pine is a lovely pine widely used throughout North America as a landscape pine and as a commercially grown Christmas tree. It is notable for its beautiful bluish-green or yellowish-green foliage.

 White Pine
A hardy, valuable tree. Clustered soft blue-green needles. Ideal screen or windbreak. Commonly grown as Christmas trees.

 Balsam Fir
The Balsam Fir is a superb Christmas tree.  Its lovely green color and its fragrant aroma make it one of the most desirable trees on the market. 

Fraser Fir
The Fraser Fir is the Cadillac of all Christmas trees. It has dark green colored needles with a silvery underside.  The soft needles are pleasant to touch and are retained on the tree throughout the Holiday Season.

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