Located just north of Guelph, Ontario sits 28 acres of a beautifully established Christmas Tree Farm that has served families since 2001. Each year 1500-2000 seedlings are carefully planted, cared for and pruned with the goal of bringing joy to your family Christmas year after year.
We have Balsam Fir, White Spruce, White pine & Blue Spruce you can bring the family out and select your own tree and cut it down yourself. We also bring in fresh cut Fraser Fir and have an assortment of pre-cut trees to choose from as well. There is plenty of urn fillers, birch poles, wreaths and all your Christmas greenery, and gifts you need!
You will be greeted at our farm and given all the direction needed for a wonderful tree cutting experience. After wards stay and enjoy the campfire, & roast marshmallows. Sit and enjoy the sounds of Christmas, browse our store and enjoy a cup of free cider. Additional lighting has been installed to enjoy an evening experience!
November 19 - December 22, 2022
Note: We are NOT open Sunday's.
Thursday's 1:00 -7:30pm
Friday's 1:00 - 7:30pm
Saturday's 9:00am - 7:30pm
Cut down any size & any variety for $75+ HST
Tree Bagging (net) $5.00/tree
Pre-Cut trees are individually priced from $50 - $100+
Pre-Cuts Balsam Fir & Fraser Fir 6ft - 12ft
We accept debit, credit or cash
**Remember to bring rope/twine/cords to secure
your tree if needed**
Many people think that the graceful White pine is the most beautiful of all Christmas tree varieties, even though its soft needles make it difficult to decorate. Good needle retention
Fir trees hold their needles well and are a good choice if they decorated tree is to be left standing for a long period of time. The soft flat needles are flat and full on top and sparse underneath.
The strong sharp slender needles hold ornaments well, the dense foliage and symmetrical proportions of the spruce make it a very beautiful Christmas tree.
The spruce needs lots of water, however, and must be watered regularly to prevent it from losing its needles. The needles grow fully on all sides.
Evergreen Tree Farm &Events at Evergreen cannot be held responsible for any injuries, loss or damages incurred by patrons & clients while visiting the property. This space is a working farm and as such there are areas of uneven ground, tree stumps, holes, etc. these areas are accessible to patrons & clients. Farm equipment may be in operation while the public is present. By visiting Evergreen Tree Farm/ Events at Evergreen you voluntarily accept and assume all risks related to any injuries, damages or loss.