Seattle, Washington

Christmas Tree Farms!

Cut Your Own Christmas Tree in Washington!
Christmas Tree Guide for WA

Maps, directions, locations and more for Christmas tree farms around Seattle, WA!

Pining for the perfect tree? Find one that's right for your home at a Seattle, WA area Christmas tree farm. Remember, not all farmers allow guests to cut their own, so be sure to call ahead. And don't forget to check out our Christmas tree cutting tips below. Have fun!

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Hunter Farms

Hunter Farms
7744 35th Avenue North East
Seattle, WA
History: The farm began in the 1880's when Issac W. Woods homesteaded in Mason County.  He was followed to the area by his daughter and husba...
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Rosie's Trees

Rosie's Trees
14500 15th Avenue North East
Shoreline, WA
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The Coffee Shack

The Coffee Shack
14615 15th Avenue Northeast
Shoreline, WA
About A family owned and opperated shop since June of 2000! Beautiful garden for your enjoyment on a sunny day and great drinks to warm you when i...
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MJW Trees

MJW Trees
2400 140th Ave North East
Bellevue, WA
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Buttonwood Farm - Redmond

Buttonwood Farm - Redmond
14500 NE 116th St
Redmond, WA
We are a 100% local family and community run farm, with staff from several local area high schools and athletic teams working to make your Christma...
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Country Tree Farm

Country Tree Farm
18225 116th Avenue South East
Renton, WA
Our Farm is a member of the Pacific Nowrthwest Christmas Tree Association, where our business is listed. The Country Tree Farm has 4 acres of elega...
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Tips for cutting down your Christmas tree from tree farms around Seattle, WA:

First, don't just head out into the woods and make like Paul Bunyan - that's illegal. A local Seattle Washington tree farm will have much nicer, fuller Christmas trees due to the pruning and care they receive over the years.

Go early. Waiting until the night before Christmas to get your tree may leave you trekking across lots of empty spaces filled with the 'ghosts of trees past' in Seattle tree farms.

Bring a handsaw (some farms will loan you one). Chainsaws and axes are usually not allowed at most Seattle tree farms. You'll want to cut it as close to the ground as possible, in order to have enough trunk to give it a second cut when you get home. The second cut allows the Christmas tree to soak up water, THE key to keeping your tree fresh through the holidays.

Most Christmas tree farms around Washington will put mesh around your tree; leave it on until you're ready to set it up at home.

When you get the tree home, tap it on the driveway to shake off the loose needles from the tree, then give it a second cut and set it in a bucket of water. Once its in the house, keep the temperature a little lower, around 65 degrees or so. This will keep your freshly cut Seattle Washington Christmas tree looking and smelling fresh throughout the parties, presents and holiday fun.

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