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Map: Where You Can Cut Down Your Own Christmas Tree

Patch has assembled a list of local tree farms where you can find the perfect tree for your home this holiday season.

Click on the link for more information about each tree farm. 

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Allison's Christmas Tree Farm, 121 Allison Lane, Aliquippa, PA 15001
Saws Available, Free Shaking and Baling of trees for ease in Transport, Stand-Straight Tree Drilling and Stands. Choose-and-Cut, Precut, and Dug trees.

Grupp's Christmas Trees, 147 Grupp Lane, Harmony, PA 
Offers six varieties of trees that you can cut yourself. They are Scotch Pine, White Pine, Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir, Canaan Fir and Concolor Fir. We also have a large selection of pre-cut Fraser Fir trees. 

Bertovich Evergreen Christmas Tree Farm, 1031 Willowbrook Drive, Industry, PA 15052
Christmas trees—You choose and we cut, wagon rides, free tree baling.

Buchanan Evergreen Farm, 3259 State Route 18 Hookstown, PA 15050
Cut your own Christmas tree or select pre-cut trees in barn. Specialize in Blue Spruce, White Pine, and the longer needle varieties like Scotch Pine, and Austrian Pine.

Cypher's Christmas Tree Farm, 179 Wise Road, Butler, PA 16002
Christmas trees—You choose and you cut, Pre-cut Christmas trees, Living Christmas trees (to plant later), Christmas boughs, trees baled, saws provided.

Grateful Acres Christmas Tree Farm, 427 West Cruikshank Road, Valencia, PA 16059
We offer Norway, White and Colorado Blue Spruce; and Scotch Pine. Come out to the country to walk through the rows of trees and choose the perfect one, enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and a cookie with friends, and make some family memories! 

Renick's Tree Farm, 721 West Sunbury Road, West Sunbury, PA 16061
Choose and cut Christmas trees, pre-cut Christmas trees.

Ski Christmas Tree Farm (no link available), 340 Goldscheitter Road, Sarver, PA 16055.  Phone: (724) 353-2648 - Choose and cut Christmas trees. 

McConnell's Christmas Trees, 836 Cleland Mill Road, New Castle, PA 16102
McConnell's Nursery is a wholesale grower of B&B evergreens and deciduous trees. They also grow groundcover and perennials. Check out a list of plant availability. McConnell's has choose-n-cut Christmas trees along with other homemade evergreen decorations on sale through the season.

Here are more places suggested through our comments sections, Facebook and Twitter:

Dambaugh's Lake Forest Gardens, 737 Chapel Drive, Fombell, PA 16123

The family-owned nursery has wagon rides to the field to cut your own tree. They have spruce, douglas fir and canaan fir to cut in the field or you can choose a pre-cut tree from their selection of spruce, douglas fir, fraser fir, canaan fir or white pine. If you prefer a live tree, you can choose from balled and burlapped trees. They also have a wide selection of wreaths, garland, door swags and other decorative novelties. Saw is provided for cutting the tree and trees are wrapped to make transportation easy.

Nutbrown's Christmas Tree Farm, 180 McMichael Road, Carnegie, PA 15106

Choose and cut your own tree. Saws are provided. They have douglas fir, concolor fir, canaan fir, and fraser fir. The farm also sells wreaths, bows, quilts and other gifts. To see a story that was published in Chartiers Valley Patch, click here for "Nutbrown's Christmas Tree Farm Tradition Continues".

 

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Brian December 07, 2012 at 05:22 PM
No love for Dambaugh's Lake Forest Gardens? They have any tree you cut down for $52. Got a beautiful 9 foot Douglas Fir there last week.
Cindy Cusic Micco December 07, 2012 at 06:13 PM
Brian—Thanks for the suggestion. I just added them to the list. Looks like a fun place to go. The photos on the website are beautiful too. - Cindy

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