We are sold out of trees for the 2017 Christmas season


Prices (any size)

Colorado Blue Spruce $60.00
White Spruce $60.00
Fresh Cut Fraser Fir $60.00
Balsam Fir (very limited selection) $60.00
Scotch Pine $35.00
White Pine $35.00
Norway Pine (very limited selection) $35.00

We have some large trees tagged at $20.00.

Payment Methods

We accept cash or check. Credit/Debit cards are not accepted at this time.

Colorado Blue Spruce

Colorado Blue Spruce

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Colorado Blue Spruce are found growing the width of North America. It is a northland tree found throughout the lake-studded Canadian Shield and northern United States. Its delicate blue-green foliage with needles about one-half inch in length is very appealing. Given proper care, this tree exhibits good needle retention and is popular in harvest plantations. Its excellent form and colour make it an exceptional Christmas Tree.

White Spruce

White Spruce

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Spanning the entire width of North America, this spruce is a decidedly Northland tree found throughout the lake-studded Canadian Shield and northern United States. Its delicate, blue-green foliage, with needles about one-half inch in length, is very appealing. Given proper care, this tree also exhibits good needle retention and can be found most often in a choose & harvest plantation. Its excellent form and color make it an exceptional Christmas tree.

Fraser Fir

Fraser Fir (Premium Fresh Cut)

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The Fraser fir is quickly becoming the most premium species of the cut Christmas tree market. The Fraser has many desirable characteristics. The most notable feature of the tree is its amazing needle retention; colloquially referred to as the "no shed" tree. Also characterized by a heavy density; with rich colors of platinum silver and deep hues of blueish green that shimmy in the wind.

Balsam Fir

Balsam Fir

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Balsam Fir is found throughout the Canadian Maritimes and in remote parts of northern New England. Its soft, dark green foliage with flattened needles about three-quarters of an inch in length has a distinctive "balsam" aroma. Its sturdy branching and excellent needle retention have made it a longtime favourite Christmas Tree.

Scotch Pine

Scotch Pine

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Scotch Pine is known as the cosmopolitan tree of Europe. This conifer was one of the first plantation grown Christmas Trees in North America.Its sharp blue-green foliage with needles about two to three inches in length can be sheared to an appealing density. Its conical shape, excellent colour and needle retention has made it the tree of choice for many years.

White Pine

White Pine

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White Pine can be found widely distributed throughout the forests of eastern North America. It has soft, lacy blue-green foliage with needles about three to four inches in length. A very graceful looking evergreen, its fragrance and excellent needle retention has made it a popular Christmas Tree for many years, especially in the traditional south.

Norway Pine

Norway Pine

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The Norway pine is also called the red pine because of its pale red wood and reddish bark. Branches on mature trees don't begin until about two-thirds of the way up the tree trunk. The crown of the Norway pine is cone-shaped and the needles are glossy green.