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Shop open for Sunday sale!

December 14, 2019

The Christmas shop will be open on Sunday for the annual pre holiday sale! Lots of great ornaments and decorations to spruce up for the holiday! The shop will be open from 10am to 4pm.

Sold Out for the 2019 Season

December 10, 2019

Christmas Tree sales have ended, but on Saturday the 14th and Sunday the 15th our new Christmas Shop will be open for a final pre-holiday sale!

It’s been a whirlwind of a season!  We are so grateful for our wonderful customers and our hard working staff that make the season so much fun.   Already looking forward to next time…Merry Christmas!


Closing at 2pm Sunday December 1st

December 1, 2019

We will be closing early to prep the farm for the mess of snow and ice. We will reopen Tuesday at noon! Thank you!

🎄Opening Day 2019🎄

December 9, 2018

We open Black Friday, November 29, 2019 at 8:30 am! See your hours/directions page for more details.

Saturday December 8 update

December 8, 2018

Today we have a small portion of the farm still open for cut your own. We also have a selection of CT grown balsam fir that are pre-cut. The Christmas shop is open and the hot Chocolate is flowing!

2018 Hours

November 16, 2018

Woohoo almost there!

Opening Day: Friday November 23


9am – 4pm Tuesday – Sunday

A Year in the Life

November 4, 2018

Spruce BudsIt’s easy to think that the Christmas Tree always looks as it does at the holidays – sturdy, symmetrical, straight.  But the year in the life of your tree is anything but static.

After a long, dormant winter, your tree begins to wake up – slowly at first, with the buds at the end of branches swelling as the days grow longer.

May approaches, and the warm days increase.  The buds finally break in April, May and June depending on the type of tree.  By the time the grass is ready to cut, the new shoots of your tree can be as long as a finger and growing fast.

baby blue

Shaggy Fir


At summer solstice approaches, your tree is a wild, shaggy thing – think of a plant with bedhead.  But by the end of July, the tree you know so well in December begins to take shape. The branches stiffen and the leader points straight to the sky.  With summer at its peak, shearing and pruning can begin.










Through the growing season all sorts of creatures will temporarily call your tree home.  Birds and paper wasps build homes in the limbs. Turkey’s will hunker down under the lowest branches.  Sometimes you find a visitor you’d least expect. Garter Snake

Eventually, they all move on.  By the time the washboard skies of November set in, the trees have been sheared, the field grass has gone brittle and the land prepares for another winter.  Your tree is waiting for you. washboard sky