We are closed for the
Thank you for supporting your local farming family!
We hope to see you next year
at our new location
Kootenai County Fairgrounds
on Government Way.
We wish you a
The farm is closed for the foreseeable future because the accessible fields do not have enough trees to ensure a good experience for you, our valued customers. We harvest trees from our back field and bring them to you in Coeur d'Alene. In 2023 we’ll be at our new location at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds on Government Way.
It’s been a challenge to keep enough trees available because of deer damage, losses from drought, and increased demand. With our deer fence and drip irrigation the baby trees are looking beautiful, but even so it’s going to take years for them to be big enough for Christmas trees.
We do not have trees available for wholesale.
Taking Care of Your Tree at Home
Your Christmas tree needs water.
Give it a fresh cut (just like fresh flowers) before you put it in a water stand in your house.
Once the tree warms up it will start drinking ...
maybe a gallon a day or more
for the first 4-5 days.
Don't be surprised by how much your tree drinks.
The tree will seal up and not drink again if the water level drops below the tree level.
A lot of water those first few days is very important.
We sell "StayReal Christmas Tree Watering Systems" to make tree watering easier for you:
We also sell tree stands that customers say
saved their marriage!
Free Candy Canes
for the Kids!