508-533-8737 or 508-533-6158
Hours of operation for the Holiday Season:
(Weekend after Thanksgiving until Christmas Eve)
We sell premium Christmas trees grown in the cold north of Quebec. Our trees are the best possible quality. No second grade trees are allowed in the yard.
These trees are well known for their excellent needle rentention and sturdybranches capable of holding heavy ornaments.
Best known for their fragrant scent and full shape. We carry trees ranging from 5ft to 11ft tall.
We also carry handmade wreaths, swags and kissing balls. You can choose from either hand decorated wreaths or kissing balls or decorate them yourself using our wide selection of wreath decorations and handmade bows. We can even help you decorate it if you like. Kids love to pick their own decorations!
A variety of other goods are available in addition to our Christmas products...
Baked Goods: Cookies, fruit breads, Fudge and of course our popular apple fritters!
Bake at Home Frozen Pies
Local Honey and other products from small farms and businesses in the area
Tell Your Friends why they should buy a Real Christmas Tree this year!
Friendlier to the environment.
Tree farms help maintain open, undeveloped space.
This type of green space is important because it can serve as a bridge between larger tracts of contiguous forest land for animals, plants, and insects.
Growers plant one to three seedlings for each tree harvested.
Biodegradable and recyclable whereas fake trees are taking increasingly more natural and nonrenewable resources, for example petroleum, to make. “They will end up in a landfill where they will linger in the environment forever, whereas live trees are recycled and made into mulch.” -Dr. Clint Springer, assistant professor of biology at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia
Based on the statistics posted on the NCTA’s website, there are close to 15,000 farms growing Christmas trees in the United States, with more than 100,000 people employed in this industry. Considering 80 percent of artificial trees worldwide are made in China, Rick Dungey, spokesman of the NCTA says that he ”unequivocally” hopes American consumers buy real trees.
Buying locally grown trees leaves a much lighter footprint on the environment when you consider the gas, energy, carton boxes (made of real tree) consumed in transporting fake trees all the way from China.