Ashcroft Farm offers eleven different types of trees for you to choose from, so you are sure to find your special tree among the thousands of trees growing here. We take great pride in caring for our trees year-round so they are perfect for our guests. Click here for 2016 prices of trees. Whether you choose a cut tree or a live tree, giving your tree proper care will ensure its freshness throughout the Christmas season. Click here for more information on tree care.
These trees have very soft, wispy, light green needles which are approximately 4" in length. This tree will not tolerate heavy ornaments, but can be magnificent with lightweight ornaments, tiny lights, bows. Needle retention is excellent. White Pine Trees are the most economically priced trees for sale at our farm.
The Austrian is a long needled, open, strong-limbed, dark green Christmas tree. This is a good alternative to the White Pine as it is similar in looks but is able to hold heavier ornaments.
Scotch Pine (also known as Scots Pine) is a species of pine native to Europe and Asia. It is readily identified by its combination of fairly short, blue-green needles and orange-red bark.
The Douglas Fir is a traditional Christmas tree with a classic symmetrical shape. Short, soft needles with blue-green tinge grow all around the branches. Grows to 100 feet. Excellent needle retention.
Cousin of the West Virginia Canaan Fir, the Balsam resembles Frazer Fir. An elegant slim tree, open in appearance, it has short, very dark green needles and has excellent needle retention.
Concolor Fir Tree
Concolor is a beauty to behold. It has soft, silvery blue to silvery green needles on firm branches. The needles are approximately 1 1/2" to 2" in length, and needle retention is superior. Concolors have a distinctive citrus aroma.
Nordman Fir is a Christmas tree favored for its attractive soft, glossy green needles and stout branches.
This is a beautiful ornamental tree with dark green 3/4" to 1" needles. Its open, symmetrical form is prized by landscapers. Cut fresh and properly watered, Norway spruces have no needle retention problem and make a striking traditional Christmas tree.
Originally from Asia, this slow-growing tree is also known as "Chinese blue spruce". Rich blue-green in color, it is virtually identical to the Colorado Blue Spruce but with less sharp needles and more resistant to pests and disease. Excellent needle retention.
This tree is native to West Serbia and East Bosnia. Fast growing to 60 feet with self-shaping, graceful pyramidal form. It has short blue-green needles and good needle retention as a fresh cut tree. A tree highly prized by landscapers.
Colorado Blue Spruce
Blue Spruce have stiff, silver green to blue green needles which are approximately 1" in length. Needles are sharp and retention is fair, but if kept well watered will look splendid for up to four weeks in a moderately heated environment.
Balled and Burlapped
Do you want a live tree to add to your family's holiday memories? You choose the tree in advance; it will then be dug and wrapped for you to pick up (or delivered to you at an agreed upon time and delivery price). Trees up to 6 feet tall can be dug by hand and are priced from $70 to $150 each. Larger trees (up to 18 feet) are dug by machine and cost more depending on size. Don't wait for the Christmas rush - come choose your tree in the fall and it will be waiting for you to pick up for the holiday season. Some predug trees will be available at the beginning of the Christmas season. Please note that digging of trees is dependent on weather conditions.