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      • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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      • 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

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      • 12:00 PM - 05:00 PM

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      What are your tree prices

    • U-cut Scotch Pines start at $50 for a six-foot tree, Pre-cut Concolor and Canaan Firs are $60 for a six-foot tree. Fraser Fir are available starting at eight-foot for $90.  U-cut trees may be discounted as "Charlie Brown" trees.

    • Will I be provided with tools to help me choose and cut my Christmas tree

    • Emmanuel Tree Farm provides the following:

      - Hand Saw so you can cut your own tree and/or we will provide a farmhand with a handsaw or chainsaw to cut your tree for you.

      - Baler to wrap your tree in plastic netting that will make it easier to transport and keep the limbs and needles intact.

    • Does Emmanuel Tree Farm offer anything more than Christmas trees

    • Here is a list of amenities Emmanuel Tree Farm has to offer:

      - Gift Shop (handmade crafts and goodies)
      - free Hot Chocolate
      - wreaths

      - photo opportunities (children/family dress up Nativity, sleigh)

      - free children's craft

    • Why buy a real Christmas tree

    • Real Christmas Trees: The Best Choice. Each holiday season, shoppers find themselves confronted with a choice: celebrate with a fresh, real tree, or one that is artificial plastic or aluminum. What most people don't realize is that the best choice has always been the traditional and natural choice a Real Christmas Tree.

      Real Christmas Trees Benefit the Environment. While they're growing, Real Christmas Trees support life by absorbing carbon dioxide and other gases and emitting fresh oxygen. The farms that grow Christmas Trees stabilize soil, protect water supplies and provide refuge for wildlife while creating scenic green belts. Often, Christmas Trees are grown on soil that doesn't support other crops.

      Real Christmas Trees Are Renewable. Real Christmas Trees are grown on farms just like any other crop. To ensure a constant supply, Christmas Tree growers plant one to three new seedlings for every tree they harvest. On the other hand, artificial trees are a petroleum-based product manufactured primarily in Chinese factories. The average family uses an artificial tree for only six to nine years before throwing it away, where it will remain in a landfill for centuries after disposal.

      Real Christmas Trees Are Recyclable. Real Christmas Trees are biodegradable, which means they can be easily reused or recycled for mulch and other purposes.

      Real Christmas Trees Help Preserve Green Spaces. Christmas Trees are often grown on soil that does not support other crops. Learn more about the National Christmas Tree Association's support of Project Evergreen.

    • Should I add things to the water to make my tree last longer

    • No.  Research suggests plain tap water is best. Some additives can actually be detrimental to the tree, its moisture retention and causes needle loss. Christmas tree stand reservoirs should be kept full of water to extend the freshness of the tree.

    • How large should my water stand be

    • Choosing a large capacity christmas tree stand is one of the most important steps in  maintaining freshness. Avoid small "coffee cup" christmas tree stands. Check the water level frequently since Christmas trees can drink large amounts of water each day, particularly pre-cut trees during the first week of display. Generally, a tree can use up to one quart of water per day for each inch of stem diameter. Therefore, a stand that will hold a four-inch trunk should hold at least one gallon (4 quarts) of water with the tree in the stand.

    • What kind of tree stand should I use

    • There are several different types and styles of tree stands to choose from. The most important characteristic is water capacity. You should also make sure the stand "fits" the tree -- if it is too big or too small it might cause the tree to tip over. Do NOT trim the sides of the trunk to fit it in a stand.

    • What if I forgot to make a fresh cut off the base of the tree before setting it up

    • If a fresh cut was not made the tree will still take up water, but at a reduced rate. Hot tap water in the tree stand increases water uptake in some trees. If you are still concerned, do a freshness test every few days and continue to add water to the stand.

    • What is the best species of Christmas tree

    • The best species is the one YOU like best. Click HERE to view the trees Emmanuel Tree Farm has to offer and find the one that has the most characteristics you desire.