FAQ

Q.)  When is Greenwood Tree farm open?

  • Season Opening: Saturday after Thanksgiving
  • Hours: Tuesday – Friday 12-4:00pm / Sat & Sun 9am-4:00pm
    Closed Monday 

Q.)  What forms of payment are accepted?

  • We accept CASH and CHECKS ONLY, no credits cards, please
  • Our Price to “Cut Your Own” is $65+ tax for any tree
  • Pre-Cut Trees range in price from $45 to $75+ tax
  • Prices are subject to change

Q.)  What else should I know to prepare for my visit to the farm?

  • There is PLENTY of FREE on-site parking available
  • No chainsaws please – we prefer to keep things natural around the farm – we provide the necessary saws, twine & tree wrap – we’ll gladly help you saw, drill, haul and secure your tree to your vehicle
  • Please ask for help with securing your tree if you need it
  • You might bring along an old blanket or tarp if you’re securing your Christmas Tree to your car. Trees can scratch your vehicle
  • This is a fun, family environment, children are always welcome – please make sure they are dressed according to the current weather conditions – be prepared for cold weather, pine tar, mud, and water
  • Dogs are always welcome on a leash

Q.)  What else will I find at the farm in addition to trees?

  • Our farm stand boasts a large selection of ornaments, and other small gifts.  Additionally, we sell Crystal’s Own All Natural Varietal Honey, and fresh apple cider.  One quick look around the store and you are guaranteed to find the perfect gift for a loved one or friend.
  • Inside our  farm stand, we have a large decoration station with more ribbons and trim than you can possibly imagine.  Get your wreath or kissing ball decorated exactly how you want it!

Q.)  How do we take care of our tree at home?

  • Keep the tree watered at all times – DO NOT let the water run dry!
  • We have found that warm water works best as it loosens the sap and allows better watter flow up the tree
  • If you are unable (at home) to put the tree in fresh water right away, re-cut 1/2″ off the bottom before placing in water