We’d like to thank you for a great response last year! It seemed like trees were flying off the farm as fast as peppermint candy on Christmas morning.
We've added a photo album page to the website so you can see what a fun family activity harvesting your own tree can be. If you find yourself in our pictures and would prefer not to be there, or if you have some of your own photos you've taken at North Pole Pines that you would like to share, please send me an e-mail at
and I will see that photo's are added or subtracted promptly.
One of the great challenges in Christmas tree farming is keeping up with trends. By the time I found out people love the white spruce, it is 7 to 10 years before I have trees to answer the supply need. As a result, white spruce is in limited supply. However, the Scotch Pines have grown very quickly (much like children do!), so we are discounting the really tall ones, and will have more than enough to last through the season.
The new High intensity Flashlights are a big hit with those of you who can't come during daylight hours. We will have those available again this year to help you out.
With a fresh-cut tree, you can buy it early and enjoy it for the entire season. As a result, most of you buy your trees early. In order for Santa to finish his preparations for his big Christmas-Eve trip, our last day of harvest will be November 28th, so we can get back to the North Pole in time to complete our Christmas preparations. Those elves sure need some supervision. As always, we will be closed on Sundays.
We are so thrilled to have you visit our farm and choose a tree for your Christmas celebration, it's exciting to be a part of your family tradition. Please plan your week so that you can be here by November 29th so we too can keep our family traditions. If you need to pick up a tree after the November 28th please read the section about Tree Tagging. That way we will be able to help you with you later in the season needs.
Whether or not you buy a tree from us this Christmas, we wish to extend to you and yours the very best the Holidays bring. As we remember that which we celebrate, the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ, may we follow His example and have charity and love for our neighbors this Christmas season and throughout the year. If you know of a family who will not be able to have a tree this year, due to circumstances beyond there control, please let me know the situation and we will do what we can to help.