Christmas on the Farm

If you are still looking for a Christmas tree, holiday decorations or gifts, or if you just want to walk the trails with some cider and pet a bunny, come by and see us. While our trees are getting shorter (our taller spruce are now around 7 feet, tall White Pines around 8′) there are good ones left for those willing to grab a saw and take a hike.

The weather has been rougher than usual this year, but finding and cutting your tree in the snow is a lot of fun.

The weather has been rougher than usual this year, but finding and cutting your tree in the snow is a lot of fun.

Down the path to our winter sales spot in the greenhouse.

Down the path to our winter sales spot in the greenhouse.

Items for sale include jams, cutting boards, and jewelry, all made by family and close friends.

Items for sale include jams, cutting boards, and jewelry, all made by family and close friends.

Follow the signs along our path to the old cabin and hidden field of spruces.

Follow the signs along our path to the old cabin and hidden field of spruces.

We keep the firepit blazing. Dry off and warm up after getting your tree and watch the sun go down over the Blue Ridge.

We keep the firepit blazing. Dry off and warm up after getting your tree and watch the sun go down over the Blue Ridge.

The Details: We are open 9 to 5 all the way through Christmas Eve, except on Mondays when we close. We only sell White Pines and Norway Spruce and we no longer have large diggable (live) trees! Except for our pre-cut trees which are individually marked, all of our trees are under $50. Click the Contact button below if you have questions, or need directions.

Merry Christmas and we hope to see you at the farm.