Christmas Tree Season is Open for 2017

Nov 22, 2017
Christmas Tree Season is Open for 2017

The winter holidays are just around the corner! This means that for those of us who celebrate the holiday, it’s time to get in the spirit of the Christmas season.

A time old tradition of this season is to buy a Christmas Tree. Luckly for us, 17% of Ontario’s Christmas Trees are grown in the Greenbelt! This means that there’s plenty of opportunity to take your family on an adventure this winter to buy a pre-cut or to cut your own Christmas tree.

Want more information about Christmas Tree’s? Read Christmas Tree Farmers’ of Ontario’s tips on Christmas tree care - from how to select a Christmas tree to how to take care of your Christmas tree, CTFO has got you covered. You can even read about the different types of Christmas Trees begin grown in Ontario.

To make it easy we’ve put together a list of Greenbelt Christmas Tree farms open for business this holiday session. Support local producers, get outside, and get yourself a Greenbelt-grown tree.

Durham Region

Spademan Tree Farm, Port Perry

Smalley’s Chritmas Tree, Mount Albert

Niemi Family Farm, Mount Albert

York Region

Horton Tree Farm, Stouffville

Peel Region and Welligton County

Elliott Tree Farm, Hillsburgh

Albion Orchards, Caledon

Halton Region

Clembrook Christmas Farm, Milton

Hamilton and area

Watson Christmas Farm, Mount Hope

Will’s Christmas Store & Tree Farm, Lynden

Mark’s Chritmas Trees, Milgrove

Pinedale Farms, Flamborough

Niagara Region

Piott Christmas Tree Farm, Beamsville

Smiths’ Trees, Ridgeville

Looking to find the closest Christmas Tree farm to you, click here to view a complete list of Christmas Tree Farms in the Greenbelt. Make sure to double check when the farms are open before visiting.

– Andreea Nicoara

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