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Trees & Prices


Scotch pine, white pine, Norway pine $65 + tax
Blue spruce $85 + tax
Balsam fir $85 + tax
Our tree prices include everything: shaking your tree, wrapping it in netting to make it easy to load and unload, and a free tree disposal bag. Plus, we'll help you load it and tie it on top of your vehicle if you'd like. We provide everything you need in order to have an enjoyable outing: a saw to cut your tree, twine to tie it on, and a hot drink to warm you afterwards.

We have up to 9' tall trees of all species, (except blue spruce) and white pines up to 10'. Come early for the best selection. Our fresh, pre-cut balsam and Fraser firs, and Scotch and white pines are priced individually and up to 10 feet.

We offer handmade wreaths, sprays, swags, garland and centerpieces.


Balsam Fir

Balsam fir (from our fields) and Fraser fir (pre-cut)
With soft needles about one inch long, these similar firs are fragrant, hold their needles the longest, and are the most popular Christmas trees in the U.S. Space between branches leaves room to place ornaments and lights. Balsams are native to the Great Lakes and New England states. Frasers are from the mountains of Virginia and North Carolina. Prof. Henry Hansen, who started Hansen Tree Farm, coauthored "Balsam Fir," the 1965 reference and textbook.

Balsam Fir


Norway Pine

Norway pine
Our state tree, also known as red pine, has very long (6-inch) needles and stiff, course branches. This species is difficult to shape -- by pruning -- into an indoor Christmas tree. Most farms have given up on them, but we maintain a few rows for diehard fans.

Norway Pine


Scotch Pine

Scotch pine
Heavy shearing makes this a dense, bushy tree. A tendency to twisty growth means some are misshapen, with a slightly crooked trunk. Needles are medium-length, 2-to-4 inches long.

Scotch Pine


White Pine

White pine
This graceful tree has long, 6-inch needles that are soft to the touch. The branches are also pliable and do not hold heavy ornaments, but small lights and decorations are perfect for the delicate branches.

White Pine


Blue Spruce

Colorado blue spruce, white spruce
Short needles and stiff, layered branches make the symmetrical blue spruce easy to identify. The shape of white spruce is determined by annual shearing. Both have prickly needles which deter pets from playing with - or climbing - the tree. When you decorate a blue spruce wear gloves to prevent scratching your hands!

Blue Spruce

For more detail on types of trees, visit mncta.com.

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