Christmas Tree Farms in Reading, PA
1182 Cross Keys Rd
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These are the nicest people. Very helpful and knowledgeable. Beautiful gift shop. An all around great shopping experience!
2.Geissler Tree Farms Inc
1051 Cross Keys Rd
Christmas TreesNurseries-Plants & TreesLandscape ContractorsGarden Centers
4339 Morgantown Rd
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Good people, good prices, and outstanding quality trees. In the 10+ years we've been getting our Christmas trees at Atlee's, we have received countless compliments on the shape and overall appearance of our trees.
1540 Alleghenyville Rd
Christmas TreesLandscape Designers & ConsultantsHome DecorGift Shops
The barn is a family restored barn. Owned by 3 generations with the first using it as a fully operable farm. The barn now houses a full country gift and garden shop filled with unique items. We carry interesting and unusual seasonal items as well. Visit us at Christmas time when the whole barn has Christmas displays throughout. Our own fresh greenery and fresh cut trees from our very own farm are in abundance. Stop by to see the restored barn that the Granddaughter has worked hard to preserve and put to great use for these days and times.
6.Esbenshade's Garden Centers & Greenhouse
721 Park Rd
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Greenhouse and garden center in Fleetwood, PA (just south of Kutztown).
2230 Old Philadelphia Pike
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Sanatoga Sealcoating was a professional and hardworking bunch of employees. Their price was reasonable and the work turned out great. Thank you for a very good job.
8.Geissler Tree Farms Inc
91 S Garfield Rd
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9.Texter Mt Pines
1090 Texter Mountain Rd
10.Groth Tree Farm
384 Township Line Rd
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48 Becktree Rd
12.Starlyte Christmas Tree Farm
223 Old Philadelphia Pike
Christmas TreesTree Service
It is Open with a hige selection of beautiful trees I was just there. They had hot cocoa and cookies not to mention the beautiful horses!
384 Township Line Rd
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14.Lenhart's Tree Farm
25 Carls Hill Rd
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15.Marsh Creek Tree Farm
301 Marsh Rd
New cut your own Christmas tree farm in 2011. We have a variety of trees, including, Douglas Fir, Canaan Fir, Frazier Fir, Blue Spruce, and Norway Spruce. Wholesale trees available - Evergreen and Deciduous. We can dig and deliver by tree spade or trailer.
16.Reinharts Christmas Tree Farm
326 Oak Ln
17.Sitko Christmas Tree Farm
1141 Kepler Rd
18.Pine Hill Tree Farm
1174 Sheep Hill Rd
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This was our first time ever cutting down our own tree. So we had no idea how to do anything. We arrived, we were immidiately greeted by a very friendly man. Got our instructions on the pricing, many trees are only $25.00, they actually look better than the ones you pay 40 or more for at a gas station. We were pleasantly surprised by the selection of trees for this price. Trees are marked very clear price wise, as they have more expensive ones. We used the saw they provided and cut our tree. Once we cut it down, the guy came right over, carried it for us and baled it. Helped us put it in our car and everything. So nice! When we went into the office to pay, they had cookies and hot chocolate for their customers. They even have a playground for the kids who may get a little bored while parents are cutting down the tree. We will definitely be returning year after year! Can't say enough good about this place!
19.Westlake Tree Farms
2421 Hill Camp Rd
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20.Elizabeth Farms Christmas Tree
262 Hopeland Rd
WOW! What a difference a year makes! You are literally cheating your family if you don't visit Elizabeth Farms this year! The farm under went an HUGH makeover and has opened up the large stone barn that we've all admired for years. There is a Christmas window display from NY City and Santa's workshop, with SANTA! You can even get your family photos taken with Santa this year. (Weekends only I'm told) They have also added night time wagon rides so those of us with busy lives can still enjoy a wagon ride at the farm and then choose our tree from the large variety of pre cut trees available. Kudos to the owners and employees at Elizabeth Farms.....You've certainly raised the bar! Great job. Can't wait til Next Year!
21.Hill J C Tree Farm
123 W Rauschs Rd
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Established in 1978, J.C. Hill Tree Farms Inc. specializes as a wholesale tree cultivator. Situated in a fertile valley midway between the Poconos and Philadelphia, the farm grows a range of shade and evergreen trees, offering over 80 varieties of ornamental fruit and hardwood shade trees and evergreens. It serves the landscaping needs of garden centers, landscapers and rewholesale growers in the Middle Atlantic States, New England and the Midwest regions. With nearly 900 acres in production and 35 acres under drip irrigation, J.C. Hill Tree Farms Inc. is an affiliate member of American Association of Nurserymen, Pennsylvania Christmas Tree Growers Association (PCTGA) and Pennsylvania Nursery and Landscape Association (PNLA), among others.
22.Mulberry Hill Christmas Trees
33 Mulberry Hill Rd
23.Elizabeth Farms Christian Tree
2121 Furnace Hills Pike # B
24.Stracks Tree Farm
325 Ruth Dr
25.Buck Evergreen Farms
68 Schuylkill Mountain Rd
26.Wata Christmas Tree Farm
3650 County Line Rd
27.Tranquility Tree Farm
5563 Acorn Dr
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1049 Bartlett Ln
29.Pioneer Evergreen Farms
159 E Adamsdale Rd
VERY disappointed with the customer service at Pioneer Evergreen Farms. We had a birthday party there yesterday for two of our children, and we paid $13.50 per kid to do all the activities and have a lunch consisting of hot dogs and chips and popcorn and drinks. We paid an additional $3.50 per adult to have the same lunch. Plus some of our adult friends and relatives dropped money on the hayride (we just paid for the kids for that), the concession stand, etc. We spent hundreds of dollars there. And on top of all of that, we rented an inside room for $50.00 to sit and eat lunch and cake in. When we finished eating, we threw out all of the plates, napkins, cups etc from all of the tables, made sure we left no trash lying around, took all our belongings out, and then sat outside watching the kids do their activities. The hostess came over to our table and said something like: "We have your bill ready for you inside. But I have to tell you, I am very disappointed, that room was trashed. That was the worst I'd ever seen it in all of my years." She said this because some of the toddlers and youngest kids dropped potato chips and popcorn on the floor near their tables and they had to sweep it up (wood floor, not carpet). And some crumbs on the tables (plastic tablecloths). That was the extent of the "trashed" room. I could not believe she said that to us, at our children's party, in front of some of our relatives, after how much money we dropped there. It was way out of line! We told her we couldn't believe she was making an issue of that at our children's party after how much we spent there, that we found it insulting and embarrassing and way out of line, that nobody had asked us to sweep the floor, that at a kid's party where they provide chips and popcorn, some crumbs on the floor are to be expected, that no-one had told us we were expected to sweep the floors and shouldn't that be included in a $50.00 room fee anyway? She couldn't care less. Either could the owner who totally backed her up. They acted like we put holes in the walls and broke the chairs and had a ketchup fight or something....the floor had to be swept! Big deal!!! Don't you do that between parties anyway? Isn't that part of what you charge $50.00 for use of a room for on top of all other party expenses?! What horrible customer service and business sense to offend and alienate your customers like that. I will never go there again, and certainly will not recommend a party there to anyone! Every other adult guest there who had seen the room agreed that they were way over the top and out of line, that this was just normal kid's party wear and tear and was certainly not "trashed." Ridiculous!
30.Pinecrest Tree Farms
207 E Rauschs Rd
Marlin used the land initially to plant cabbage and tomatoes. Neighbor John Bachert, who was already growing Christmas trees, advised Marlin to plant trees on the steeper slopes of his newly acquired land. In 1947, Marlin purchased 8, 000 transplants and planted his first Christmas trees on the steepest portion of his farm. Scotch Pine, Norway spruce, White Spruce, and Douglas Fir were in the original order. To supplement his farm income, Marlin taught for the Schuylkill County Agricultural Extension Association, and also owned an interest in a food and beverage vending business. In 1955, Marlin's first trees were ready for harvest. In the early 1960's, Pinecrest began offering B&B stock in addition to cut trees. Although Marlin didn't want to lose the soil by digging trees, half of Pinecrest's income is now generated from the B&B business. Several of Pinecrest's trees are planted at the Gerald Ford Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Also, Pinecrest has supplied Rockefeller Center with Fraser Fir during the Christmas season. From the late 1950's through the present, Pinecrest has purchased an additional 450 acres in the surrounding area, and is currently leasing approximately 100 acres. Fraser Fir and Douglas Fir are the primary cut Christmas trees, as well as Canaan Fir, Concolor Fir, Colorado Blue Spruce, and White Pine. These trees, in addition to Norway Spruce, Serbian Spruce, Canadian Hemlock, and Arborvitae, are used for B&B. In 1984, Marlin reluctantly transferred the business to his son, Buddy. Marlin continued to oversee and take part in production until his passing in December of 1997. Marlin's other son, Gary, after earning a PhD in plant taxonomy from Penn State, taught Horticulture at Fresno State University from 1970 to 2000. He presently lives in the family farm house from April to December assisting Buddy in the business. Several innovations at Pinecrest have made production more efficient over the years. Three barns were remodeled to accommodate loading of Christmas trees, so that trees can be taken from field wagons and dropped down to the trailer below. Trees are only handled twice, first when bailed in the field and placed on wagons, and finally when loaded onto the delivery trailer. The pole barn adjacent to the loading barn is used for wagon storage. Marlin, along with long time employee Bruno Calai and Marlin's nephew, designed a stump puller and improved an existing tree planter that are still in use today. In 1996, they also devised a tool to help with removing stones from 30 acres of newly cleared timber. Production of Christmas trees is continually increasing. Trees are shipped along the east coast, from New England to as far as Florida. There are 12 full time employees, with an additional part-time crew during digging, shearing, and cutting season.
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