Claybrooke Farm has now closed for the 2022 Christmas season. Check back in Fall 2023
Canaan Fir is a native of the Canaan Valley in West Virginia. Like other true firs, it has short blue green needles and a pleasing fragrance. It has good needle retention and decorates well, accommodating heavier ornaments and lights.
Known for its bluish-green needles and citrus aroma, the Concolor Fir is a fan favorite at Claybrooke. Native to the mountains of the western United States, the Concolor Fir makes for a great all-around Christmas tree.
Another popular tree at Claybrooke, the Blue Spruce is known for its sturdy branches and beautiful bluish green color. This Colorado native tree is also known for its prickly needles...great for keeping your pets away from your Christmas tree!
Native to the mountains south and east of the Black Sea, this species is a very sturdy, open branched Christmas tree. A European favorite, the Nordmann fir offers an open, layered look with deep green needles with a flash of silver on the underside. A very unique conifer for your holiday decorating!
We make sure your tree has a fresh cut at the bottom before you leave the farm. Once you get your newly-cut Christmas tree home, place it in a bucket of water or tree stand containing water; keep the tree well-watered. If the base of the tree is allowed to dry out, a new sap seal will form, preventing the intake of water to rehydrate the tree. Keeping the tree stand full of water will help to ensure the longevity of your holiday tree. A fresh Christmas tree may absorb as much as a gallon or more of water in the first 24 hour period and several quarts in the following days.
Trees prefer to be in cool environment and out of drafts, so don’t place them near a direct heat source. It’s best place your tree away from a fireplace, wood stove, or heat vent. To ensure a safe and joyous holiday season, be sure that you test your lights and check the cords and connections to assure everything is in good working order before hanging them on the tree. Don’t forget to unplug lights when you go to bed or leave the home.
Reservations are required to visit Claybrooke Farm for the Christmas 2022 season. To promote a better farm experience, we've moved to a reservation-only system, resulting in smaller crowds and shorter wait times.
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