Trees

Choose-and-Cut Trees

Choose a tree from our 10 acre farm and cut with provided saw.

Douglas Fir

These popular and fragrant west coast trees make up about 80% of our trees.

Needles: medium length, soft

Color: deep green

Shape: full with soft branches

Growth: ~1 foot/year

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White Fir

These unique trees are typically found at a higher elevation - hard to find in Sonoma County.

Needles: medium-length, strong

Color: blue/green

Shape: strong, separated  branches

Growth: ~1/2 foot/year

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Monterey Pine

We've got a great selection of beautiful and fragrant Monterey PIne this year.

Needles: long

Color: bright green

Shape: full

Growth: ~1 1/2 foot/year

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Scotch Pine

Popular midwest trees, known for great needle retention.

Needles: medium, sharp

Color: deep green

Shape: full

Growth: ~1 foot/year

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Cypress

Cypress trees are a beautiful and unique Christmas tree.

Needles: lacy with flat branches

Color: bright green or

   blueish-gray

Shape: full

Growth: ~2 feet/year

  

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Incense Cedar

Incense Cedar are a beautiful, fragrant pyramid shaped Christmas tree, native to northern California.

Needles: lacy 

Color: bright green

Shape: full

Growth: ~2 feet/year

  

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White Spruce

Hard to find, truly unique and beautiful trees.

Needles: very short, stiff

Color: gray/green

Shape: Some space between branches

Growth: ~1 feet/year  

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If possible, please leave a few branches at the base of the tree.  This allows us to more quickly grow new trees for the future.  A newly planted tree grows about 1/2 foot to 1 foot each year, but with established root system, it grows faster.

Fresh Cut Trees

Most of these beautiful trees are grown in climates different than Sonoma County.  We give all these precut trees a fresh cut and keep them in water while at our farm.

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Noble Fir

These popular fresh-cut trees are fragrant and have great needle retention.

Needles: medium, stiff

Color: deep green

Shape:  Full with stiff branches, good for heavy ornaments

Growth: ~1/2 feet/year

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Silver Tip

(aka Red Fir)

Hard-to-find, high elevation trees, varying heights. 

Needles: very short, stiff

Color: gray/green

Shape: wide spaced branches

Growth: ~1/2 feet/year

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Nordmann Fir

These trees are similar to Noble fir, also with great needle retention.

Needles: medium, waxy with silver underneath

Color: deep green

Shape:  Full

Growth: ~1/2 feet/year  

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Misc Trees

A variety of trees are brought to our farm from our northern Sebastopol property, such as fresh-cut Douglas Fir, White Spruce, Nordmann Fir, and more.

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