The Happiest Christmas Tree - 4 Places to Pick Yours
Brighten up your home with a real Christmas tree this year! Not only do Christmas trees bring a wonderful scent to your home, but they also help support local farmers and the environment. Check out these four amazing farms in Caledon to shop for your perfect Christmas tree and create memories with your loved ones in the process:
Davis Family Farm
Founded in 1989, Davis Family Farm is a family-owned and operated business located in Caledon East. While the farm is well-known for its sunflowers, the farm also sells pre-cut Christmas trees and locally-made wreaths and arrangements in the winter. Opening date for this season is Saturday, November 26th.
15770 Mountainview Rd.
Caledon East, ON
Downey’s Farm offers a great selection of pre-cut Christmas trees, garlands, and holiday decorations. Christmas trees primarily come in the Fraser Fir variety, while Balsam Fir, White Pine, and Scotch Pine are also available. Downey’s Christmas trees are available for purchase from Friday, November 25th to Saturday, December 24th.
13682 Heart Lake Rd,
Albion Orchards (the only place you can cut your own)
Albion Orchards plants and cares for thousands of Christmas trees on their farm that are groomed every spring and fall to maintain their iconic shape. The farm offers a wide variety of trees that come in different shapes and sizes that are perfect for any home. Albion Orchards is the only farm in Caledon where you can cut your own Christmas tree. Additionally, you can find unique gifts and treats in their store as well. Christmas trees are available for purchase from August to December.
14800 Innis Lake Rd,
Caledon East, ON
Alton Greenhouses is a garden center with over 40 years of growing experience. Alton Greenhouses is the perfect place to get pre-cut Christmas trees, winter urn arrangements, wreaths, fresh green boughs and other holiday décor. Christmas trees are going to be available for purchase very soon, exact date to be decided.
19598 Main St,
Pro-Tip: Make sure you have a plan for where the tree will go after the holidays. Learn about creative ways to make use of your Christmas tree by visiting this link. Alternatively, you can choose to recycle your tree with the Region of Peel. Visit Region of Peel’s website to learn more the tree collection schedule in your area.
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