We sell Choose & Cut and Balled & Burlapped (live) Christmas Trees. Trees are available at the farm only. Tree prices includes New Jersey Sales Tax.
- Choose & Cut Christmas Trees: Price varies according to size, ranging from $40 for a 3 foot tree to $75 for a tree 9 foot and taller. Tree height is measured to the first sworl of branches at the top of the tree. Saws are provided.
- Balled & Burlapped (live) trees: Trees range in size from 3 to 6-1/2 feet and are priced at $12 per foot plus $5 for the burlap and basket. Please call ahead for availability if you are looking for a ball & burlapped tree.
Tree carts, free tree shaking, and free wrapping are available. We provide a free cutting service for those who need assistance. Please note that we do NOT support orders over the internet. All trees are available only at the farm.
We have several types of Christmas trees including:
The Norway Spruce is native to central and northern Europe. It has relatively soft single pointed four-sided (squarish in section) needles, about one-inch long. The needle has a pointed apex and is similar in appearance above and below. The bark is reddish or coppery brown. The branches are relatively sturdy, stronger than the Douglas Fir but not as strong as the Blue Spruce.
The Blue Spruce has single pointed four-sided (squarish in section) stiff, sharp needles, about one-inch long. They are arranged radially on the branch but upswept below. The needle has a pointed apex and is similar in appearance above and below. The thick, coarse bark is purplish-brown. The branches are very stiff, sturdy and strong and tend to be level. They will support the heaviest of Christmas ornaments. The associated blue color of the needles is actually a recessive gene; only a percentage will inherit the bluish appearance.
The White Pine is native to the forests of the United States. The needles are flat, straight, and persistent with lighter, paler inner surfaces, about four to five inches long in fascicles of fives. They are dense and set in tufts, giving the tree a very "soft" feel. The bark is smooth and gray-green. The branches are soft.
The Scotch Pine has a wide natural range across Europe and Asia from the Atlantic to the Pacific. In America, it has naturalized locally from upstate New York across to the west coast. The needles are broad, stout and twisted in fascicles of two or three, about three to three and one-half inches long. The needles are gray-green to bright blue-green in color. The branches are short, horizontal or slightly ascending. The bark's orangish color and rough texture are very distictive, orange in the upper crown and heavily fissured at the base.