Christmas Trees

For Christmas 2020 Christmas Tree Season, there are
new guidelines for our farm.  Click Covid -19 link at right


We will be open for cutting your own Christmas trees Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays starting November 27, 2020.  Hours are 9 am to 5 pm. Because of Covid-19 guidelines, there are changes that we have had to implement to limit personal contact. Be patient if you have to wait because of the social distancing.

The price is $ 65.35 + tax ($70 total) for any cut your own tree.

Our varieties are: Balsam fir, Canaan fir, Colorado spruce, and Meyer spruce.  There are a few Korean fir, and exotic (mixed) fir. 

There are also several Canaan fir which have been lightly flocked white.  The several Scotch pine which had been colored purple are sold out.  These trees are priced the same as non - colored trees.

It has been a very good growing season for the trees and most are in the 9 ft to 12 ft range.










The Covered Bridge Farm is a family owned and operated cut your own Christmas tree farm growing trees on about 20 acres. We have been selling trees from this farm for the past 30 years. 

We grow Fir and Spruce trees for cutting.  Every tree is sheared (shaped) every summer to provide a dense and narrow tapered tree. There are at least six varieties of Balsam Fir, some up to 12 ft;  two varieties of Spruce, up to 16 ft; and several varieties of hybrid Fraser Fir crosses, including Canaan Fir; up to 13 ft.   We have very few Fraser Fir as they do not grow well in our heavier soil, and those that do grow are dispersed(in sandy areas) in our balsam fields.

This will be our sixth year to offer full sized Meyer Spruce trees, up to 12 feet.  We used one the past 6 years and can confirm that this is one tough tree.  Its stiff branches will hold heavier ornaments and the needle retention, we feel, exceeds anything on the market.



                                             Meyer Spruce 

                                          (most trees do not have cones, but this one from several years ago was such a nice tree with the retained cones, had to keep it on the web site.)

We are a cut your own tree farm and have no wholesale or pre-cut "premium" trees.  Therefore, our tree field has the higher quality trees remaining in the field for the customer to cut.
 
This last growing season has given us timely rain so the trees are well hydrated. They may not take up water from the tree stand right away, so be patient with them.

Hand  saws are available to borrow.  We provide 400# poly twine to help secure your tree on your vehicle. We will clean you tree with a Toro blower or Shakee shaker to remove any dead needles and live squirrels.
 
 
 
 
Tree bailing (wrapping) with #2 recyclable green and red soft plastic netting 
is available for $3.00.
 
 
 


We make and decorate our own wreaths and swags using Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, and Koreana Fir boughs cut from our farm. 


Winter Splendor Pot

There are decorated evergreen porch pots, evergreen tops, birch trunks/stems, and dogwood for your outdoor planter arrangements. 

Our gift shop has a good selection of ornaments, seasonal decorations,

An LED lighted owl

An LED lighted glass tree about 14 inches tall,
both are part of our new exciting gift ideas from our gift shop.

We also have lighted canvas prints, and

some canvas wall clocks.


 
We have the Arctic Ice Lantern molds.  These reusable molds let you freeze water into decorative luminaries to brighten your holiday displays.  For more information, visit the manufacturer's web site by clicking here.

And using LED lights and a few extra boughs from your tree, you can really create some cool looking ice lanterns.  We made this one 11/18/14.


and this one  11/28/2018

We also sell tree watering funnels . These funnels make watering your tree in the stand easier.
 
We also have for sale the Firebuggz - a family fun way to roast marshmallows or hot dogs. It is like using a jig fishing pole over a camp fire.

For a video on this product, click https://youtu.be/X03XIwir8fo.
 
Part of our sustainability farming practices include chipping evergreen boughs to use as an "acid" mulch for our blueberry field.  For the past 7 years, the photovoltaic panels on our house have provided electricity to help run our farm operation.



We participate in TREES FOR TROOPS and donate trees for our veterans and active military personnel.