Christmas Tree Varieties, Prices & Description

2016 – Our fields are scheduled to close DECEMBER 11, 2016.
2016 Prices: Small Douglas Fir starts at $20.00. We have trees of many descriptions and sizes, acres of natural trees too. Our most sought after tree is the Noble Fir with pricing beginning at $45.00. Any U-Cut Noble over 8 feet tall costs $10.00 per foot.
Pre-Cut trees are individually graded and priced as marked.  (We do have many trees for less.)

2016 FAQ’s:  Our 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. This fact is why pricing is variable. (It is possible some years growers can have an over-abundance, or even a lack of a variety based on a variety’s shortage of planting stock 5 to 10 years ago! Growing trees can be a tricky business!) None of our trees are sprayed – and we accept VISA & MasterCard. Free hot chocolate. Free wagon rides on weekends (weather permitting).

Our historic farm is full of pasture and tree forests.  Acres of trees means you will find your perfect one! And don’t forget that you do not have to cut your own tree. Beautiful individually priced freshly cut trees grace the grounds around the new Warming Shed!

Popular Christmas Tree Varieties (NOTE- current 2016 inventory is listed in GREEN):

Noble FirA good selection of natural unsheared trees are available in 2016. Ask to be directed to these fields. A deep green color with good shape, sturdy branches good for decorations and a good aroma.  1″ needles with good needle retention this variety is often used for wreaths and garland.

Douglas FirA good selection of 3 foot to 5 foot Doug’s are available in 2016 and they are $20.00 each. One of the most popular varieties nation wide and it’s Oregon’s official tree.  With dark blue-green 1 – 1 ½” long needles, cone shaped the tree has good needle retention and a nice fragrance. 

Grand Fir – large variety of natural 5′-20′ trees for 2016 – Ask to be directed to these fields.  Always a reliable favorite because they are the most fragrant tree. The needles lay flat and are a vibrant emerald green on top and boast a silvery light reflecting underside creating an extra sparkling display.

Norway Spruce
– a beautiful shiny dark green tree with ½ – 1″ needles, with fragrance an open form and strong branches. We have both a young field and a wonderful mature field for 2016.

Nordmann Fir – Limited quantity for 2016 so come early if you want one this year. We have been replanting fields as fast as we can! – Symmetrically arranged strong branches perfectly hold large heavy ornaments. The short, dark green needles are soft and flattened on the twig, with a waxy cuticle giving the tree its shiny appearance and prevents drying and needle loss. With very little fragrance, a Nordmann Fir is the best Christmas tree for anyone with allergies.


IMG_9536Can’t make up your mind. Come on out and let a tree choose you!!!

Then come inside and warm up at the Christmas Tree Warm-Up Shed or visit the horse barn.

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2 thoughts on “Christmas Tree Varieties, Prices & Description

  1. In your pricing for large nobles, is the $10 per foot for every foot over 8, with a base if $45, or is it $10 per each foot? For example, would a ten foot tree cost $65 or $100?

    • Hi Tara. Thank you for your question. We don’t have any Noble under $45.00. (Sometimes people cut 2 or 3 feet out of the top of the tree rendering the rest of the tree unusable so this rule is necessary.) A six foot tree is $60, 7’is $70, and so on. A field update has been posted on our Facebook page earlier this evening and I was getting ready to share the update here as well but wished to answer your question as quickly as possible. Merry Christmas.

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