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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
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 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.
Today is Small Business Saturday – a day to highlight the important role small businesses play in our communities. Here in Hammonton, we have a lot of locally owned retail stores, restaurants, wineries, breweries – you name it! You can … Continue reading
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Today is a beautiful day on the farm – frosty morning leading to a bright and sunny day! Wanted to share a link to a short video showing a few photos around the … Continue reading
When you tag your tree this weekend you’ll save $5 off the price of your tree! NanNuk is waiting to see you!
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 are a few more bits of Christmas tree information that might come in handy during a trivia contest (or if you end up on Jeopardy): Besides evergreens, other types of trees such as cherry and hawthorns were used as … Continue reading
Here is our current pricing for this weekend. The grave blankets are made fresh with several different greens (white pine, douglas fir, blue spruce, balsam, spruce, holly…..). The balsam wreaths are hand made in Washington County, Maine – the same … Continue reading