UCut Natural Christmas Trees – the MAGIC starts at Historic Kirchem Farm

2016 – OUR FIELDS WILL BE OPEN THANKSGIVING WEEKEND and CLOSING DECEMBER 11TH THIS YEAR!

December 6, 2016 UPDATEAs trees grow and are cut our focus changes almost every year. At the moment we are specializing in tall trees. We did a review of the tree fields today. Here’s the latest 2016 report:

*There is still a beautiful selection of tall, un-sheared, wild and majestic Noble & Grand Fir trees which stand over 6 feet tall in the fields (over 8′ are the most plentiful).

*However, our sheared cultured Noble fields are nearly depleted for 2016.

*But Oregonian’s favorite tree is our state tree and we have a gorgeous plentiful selection of Douglas Fir under 6 feet tall.

Reminder: Please try to not enter the tree fields after 3:30 PM. It is too easy to fall over little tree stumps when it’s dark around 4PM. Dress warm!

If you only require a small 3′ or 4′ tree then our fields can’t accommodate you very well this year. Growing trees means our fields change Every Year – it’s a tricky business but we love it!

We also try to keep our tree corral filled with beautiful pre-cut fresh trees and wreaths too!

We have 100 acres and plenty of room to roam. When you ask for our NATURAL noble & grand fir, both unsheared and unsprayed, just like in the forest, we will direct you to those beautiful areas! If your family wishes to enjoy a walk in the woods along the river bench then this would be a great family adventure for you! (We do ask that you check-in for directions and driving conditions at the Warming Shed before heading out to these natural areas. Our recent wet weather patterns may not allow safe driving along some areas.)

Many Specially Priced Trees to choose from!

2016 FAQ’s:

  • We are USUALLY open weekends from Thanksgiving through December 11th, 9 to 4.
  • We are often open before & after our posted hours but sometimes our chores on this 100 acre farm require us to be away from the Warming Shed. Please call ahead if you would like to visit other than posted open hours and we will do our best to accommodate you.
  • Trees grow for an average of 7 years to 11 years of age before they are cut and become part of the Christmas Magic in your homes.
  • None of our trees are sprayed!
  • We have both open pastures and tree fields for your family to explore.
  • We accept VISA & MasterCard.
  • Free hot chocolate.
  • Free wagon rides on weekends (weather permitting)

 19723 South Bakers Ferry Road, Oregon City 97045

The Historic Kirchem Farm is only a few miles from Carver Bridge in the heart of the Christmas Tree Capital of the WORLD!

It is heart warming to think of our trees in all the homes on Christmas morning . . . decorated and witnessing all the joy and love that fills a person/family’s heart.  Thank you for making us part of your family traditions. We appreciate each and everyone of you!

We love seeing pictures you’ve taken at our farm. And we love seeing our Historic Kirchem Farm trees decorated and set up in your homes. Please enjoy this link to our FaceBook Page and use it to post, share and tag all your pictures, videos and traditions!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Historic-Kirchem-Farm/216944138485044?ref=hl

20080105-IMG_1670-2(photo courtesy of Kris Tabor Photography 503.706.3785)

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IMG_2057The interior of the new Warming Shed!!!

We are still where the Historic Kirchem Farm has been since the mid-1800’s. We still have stunning outdoor venues for weddings and reunions, and of course our no-spray U-cut Christmas trees.

Brian’s Metalwork and Blacksmith gifts are so popular Brian has expanded his product line. Stop by the Warming Shed and take a look.

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