Christmas Trees

Christmas TreeWe have a large selection of trees

We offer 1000’s of trees on our farm with an abundance of the very popular fir species with a good selection of spruces. Below we’ve listed the specifics for each type of tree to help you find the “perfect Christmas tree” for your home!

The Christmas tree business at Grace Farms has always been family operated since we began in 1977. Come out to our farm , take a drive to our tree lots, get your tree and when you return with your tree COME INTO OUR TREE BARN , visit the “Just a Bark Away Cafe and Gift shoppe enjoy some hot chocolate and free cookies before your drive home.

Fraser Fir TreeFraser Fir

  • Wonderful fragrance
  • Branches slightly stiffer than Balsam and Canann Fir
  • Dark needles with a hint of silver

West Virginia FraserWest Virginia Fraser (aka Canaan Fir)

  • Good Fragrance
  • Branches supple
  • Needles soft
  • Dark green color

Balsam FirBalsam Fir

  • Good Fragrance
  • Branches supple
  • Needles soft
  • Dark green color

Colorado Blue SpruceColorado Blue Spruce

  • Silver-tipped branches
  • Great for ornament support
  • Sharp needles with good retention with proper care

White SpruceWhite Spruce

  • The old stand-by
  • Stiff branches are excellent for ornament support
  • Good needle retention with proper care

 

                                         Concolor  Fir  (aka white fir)                                                           concolor fir

  • blue green long soft needles
  • pleasant citrus fragrance
  • rumored to be least allergenic
  • needle retention spectacular

2016 prices (includes sales tax!)

Cut-Your-Own Christmas Tree$40 each* (any height and all varieties, customer chooses and cuts in field)

Fresh Already-Cut Trees$10-$60* (any species) priced as marked (table-top to 15 feet…some cathedral sized) prices reflect grade and height

*Cash preferred, Credit Cards accepted

Help is available for cutting, carrying and placing newly purchased trees in or on customers’ vehicles. The customer must tie the tree securely for transport.