We are excited to invite you to visit Christmas Ranch Tree Farm for our 27th selling season!
The barn is cleaned, the fields mowed and the designers are working in the wreath room
n 'one of a kindí wreaths and baskets.

Select from Scotch, White Pine and Canaan Fir in the field.  Trees are still a little short as we recover from weather over the last several years. 
We will also have beautiful fresh Fraser Fir, Douglas Fir and White Pine.

The barn is filled with beautiful fresh wreaths including Fraser Fir, Mixed Western Green, Noble Fir and few unique Boxwood, square and round. 
Be sure to come early to get the best selection.
There will be plenty of undecorated wreaths allowing you to add your special touch.

Plan to spend some time in the checking out the unique centerpieces and baskets.
We are happy to customize your special basket or wreath but we need a little time for that.
Our designers aren't always here during the weekend but happy to get an order ready that next week.

Remember to think about greens to decorate the grave site of loved ones.
We will have crosses, grave blankets (we do need your order and it will usually take a couple of weeks to complete) and wreaths.
We do have a great wreath stand as well that holds up to Winter weather.

As usual, there will be homemade cookies and hot drinks at the barn.  Itís always lots of fun seeing old friends, and meeting new ones.  Our furry children will be at the barn to greet you as well.  Hudson (still acts as a puppy!) and Dewey (golden lab mix) love to have so many visitors at the barn!

  Dogs are permitted but must be on a leash when at the farm.

We hope to see you soon!  Happy Thanksgiving and do plan to have a
Real Tree Merry Christmas!



Roy and Carol purchased this 40 acre farm in the rolling hills of Clay County in 1982. The large barn drew them to the property and though it was falling down, the potential was there to give it new life. Today it is the focal point for the tree farm activities..

There were no evergreens on the land at the time but there was a wonderful wooded area that bordered the land on two sides. 25 acres are now planted with scotch and white pines and other varieties including blue and norway spruce and canaan fir.