Tag Archives: christmas trees
Rainy Day Parking
It’s a little rainy here this morning, but it’s warm – that doesn’t feel like Christmas! If you’re coming today, please park somewhere in front of this fence. Our newest parking area (the area behind the wreath display fence) is pretty … Continue reading
Cut to Order
Make sure to visit when you aren’t rushed for time – our trees are cut to order, so depending on the time of day and the number of people who were here before you, you might experience a wait. Yesterday … Continue reading
Christmas Tree Farm Visit Tips
For some people, visiting a Christmas tree farm for the first time can be confusing. What do we do? What’s it like there? Here are a few tips for a fun Christmas tree farm experience: Make sure you dress appropriately … Continue reading
Snowy Days in November
We had a beautiful snowfall last week, but it only lasted one day! Overnight, the temperatures climbed into the 40’s and by morning there was nothing left. The Christmas trees and the rest of the farm looked like a winter … Continue reading
We Are Open For The Season
We are now open for the season – right now is a great time to tag your tree! The weather is still mild and you’ll avoid the wait by calling ahead when your ready for it.
Four Legged Family Members Welcomed Here
Every year people ask if they can bring their furry, four-legged family members to the farm. The answer is a definite yes, but we have a few rules: Please keep your four legged family member(s) on a leash at all times. … Continue reading
Snow Days in March
March turned out to be a great month for NanNuk. We had several substantial snow storms and he couldn’t be happier! Here are a few pictures!
Busy Days on the Farm
There’s always something happening on the farm, even in the winter. This is the time of year when we pull out the stumps from all the trees that were sold during the Christmas tree season, making room for spring planting. … Continue reading
Happy New Year
Wishing you a healthy and happy New Year!
Bugs on my Christmas Tree – What?!?
Every Christmas tree can harbor insects that could become active after being exposed to the warm temperatures inside the home. Although many will stay on the tree, a few may be attracted to sources of light, including windows. But none … Continue reading