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Our Christmas tree farm decorating team has been hard at work coming up with some few designs for this year. Stop by to check out our selection – while supplies last.
NanNuk is now six years old, and he’s a great dog for the Christmas tree farm. We adopted him three years ago, when he was three years old. His family had to give him up due to a work-related relocation. … Continue reading
If you’ve never been to a pick your own Christmas Tree Farm before, you might not know what to expect! You can tag your Christmas tree and pick it up at a later time, or you can choose it and … Continue reading
One of our popular items are the cross shaped wreaths. Many people use these instead of a traditional grave blanket that lays flat on the ground. These have a stake built into the frame so that they can stand up … Continue reading
Beautiful but windy day today, perfect for decorating in the barn!
When you come to the farm, the first question we’ll ask is “are you taking your tree today or are you tagging?” If you are tagging and picking up another day, we’ll give you a three part tag along with … Continue reading
Sometimes people ask us about grave blankets – as the custom is not practiced everywhere. Basically they are used to decorate grave sites in the winter, when flowers are not available or too fragile to withstand the bitter cold. Traditional … Continue reading
Here’s a fun fact: The first Christmas tree farm in the United States is believed to have begun in 1901 when 25,000 Norway Spruce trees were planted by W. V. McGalliard in Mercer County, near Trenton, New Jersey. The trees … Continue reading
Choosing your Christmas tree is a memorable family outing when you visit White Dog Farms. Wander through the field of beautifully shaped trees, spot your perfect tree, then we’ll cut it down for you – a fresh, fragrant, and long-lasting … Continue reading