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Here's the answers to some of the questions we get asked the most.

How long does it take a tree to grow?
It takes our trees upwards of ten years to grow into a fully sized tree. 
Where is the best place to put the tree inside of my house?

We recommend the coolest spot in your house and away from any heat source (fireplaces, heating vents). 

How long will a tree last?
Due to variable conditions in a home as far as temperature, heat source, intermittent watering and tree variety, these will all play a role in how long a tree will last. Due to this we cannot determine a specific length of time a tree will last in your home. In ideal conditions a tree can last up to 3 weeks. However this is not the norm some trees may last longer then 3 weeks and some may not. 
When is the best time to cut a tree?


We recommend cutting a tree no earlier than Thanksgiving weekend.

When will Santa be there?


Santa is normally at our farm on the weekends only, from 9AM to 5PM. 

How busy do you get?


On the weekends we get quite busy.  On our peak weekends, it is normal to have to wait in excess of an hour for your tree to come out of the fields, and go through our bailing process.  We recommend that anybody with strict time constraints get to the farm as early as possible or consider coming during a weekday.

Can I bring my Dog?

We love our furry friends! Dogs are only permitted on The Farm when leashed and doggy bags are required since we do not provide them. Animals are however not permitted in The Village 

Do you take cash or credit cards? 

The Farm takes both cash transactions as well as all major credit cards! The Village at Anne Ellen ONLY takes card payments through our booking website 

How do I care for my new Christmas Tree? ​
To allow for maximum water absorption saw a 1-2 inch section across the bottom of the tree. Place tree in water immediately when arriving home. Situate your tree in a well ventilated area away from heat or draft source. It is important to always keep water in the stand and never let it dry out. Tree preservative is recommended but not required. 
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