List of Whatcom County u-cut, we-cut Christmas tree farms

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDNovember 23, 2013 

Shopping for Christmas trees begins around Thanksgiving for most Whatcom County families, and here's our annual list of u-cut and we-cut farms in our area. Be sure to call ahead as winter weather may affect business hours.

Remember that through Dec. 24 the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is selling permits to cut Christmas trees. Cutting areas are located within national forest lands in the eastern portions of Whatcom County, as well as in Skagit County. Maps and information about cutting areas are provided where permits are sold, including at the Glacier Public Service Center on Mount Baker Highway, 360-599-2714, and at the Mount Baker Ranger Station on Highway 20 in Sedro-Woolley, 360-856-5700 Ext. 515. Details: www.fs.usda.gov/mbs.

Alpine Meadows Tree Farm

3585 Highway 9, five miles south of Deming

360-595-1019, alpinemeadowstreefarm.com

Cut-n-grow free seedling event; check the website for details.

Nov. 29-Dec. 21, 9 a.m. to dusk, closed Sundays.

U-cut, pre-cut and live potted trees: Douglas, grand, Fraser, noble and Nordmann fir; large pre-cut noble fir to 15 feet, wreaths and garland, holly and cones. Saws and knee pads provided, tree shaking and baling available, loading assistance and twine if needed. Free hot chocolate, coffee, indoor sales and warm up by the wood stove, restrooms provided; 100-acre farm to enjoy a walk.

BelleWood Acres

6140 Guide Meridian, Lynden

360-318-7720, bellewoodfarms.com

Open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

We have Christmas trees locally grown from Alpine Meadows: noble, Douglas, grand and Fraser fir. Also fresh local wreaths, Christmas decorations and gourmet foods.

Carl's Choose 'n Cut

2220 Zell Road, Ferndale

384-0799; find us on Facebook.

Nov. 29-Dec. 24, open dawn to dusk daily.

U-cut noble, Nordmann grand and Douglas fir.

Saws are provided; free candy canes. Bring your camera for a picture in front of the Christmas cabin.

Carlson Trees

3010 Douglas Road, Ferndale

360-384-3376 or 360-739-8309

Nov 30-Dec. 23, noon-dark daily.

Douglas fir only. We-cut/u-cut, tools provided.

Crabtree's Christmas Trees

329 W, Hemmi Road, Bellingham

360-393-2794

Nov. 29-Dec. 20, Monday and Friday noon to 4 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Tuesday-Thursday.

U-cut trees: Serbian spruce, Canaan and Fraser fir.

Cookies, candy canes, cocoa, hot cider and coffee. Bow saws and twine provided.

Manthey's Christmas Treeland

773 W. Axton Rd., Bellingham

360-384-0522, christmas-treeland.com.

Nov. 29-Dec. 23, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily.

U-cut, we-cut and some pre-cut trees. Pine; spruce; noble, grand, Douglas and Nordmann fir; wreathes, swags, garlands. Saws provided, twine for tying, tree baling, free coffee, hot chocolate, spiced cider, cookie, and candy canes; small gift area in office.

Misty Meadows Farm

6197 Everson Goshen Road, Everson

mistymeadowsfarm.com

Nov. 30-Dec. 23, daylight hours.

Self-service u-cut.

Certified organic Douglas, noble and grand fir. No pesticides or herbicides used anywhere near the trees. $30 any size tree.

Noon Road Trees

7188 Noon Road, Everson

360-354-8689, noonroadtrees.com

Nov. 29-Dec. 24, 8 a.m. to dark.

U-cut Canaan, Douglas, Fraser, grand, noble, Nordmann and Turkish fir; Colorado blue, Norway and white spruce; Western white pine.

Help with cutting and loading, saws, tree-hauling carts, twine and candy canes.

Ol' Man Miller's U-Cut

2570 Brown Road, Ferndale

360-384-5120

Nov. 30-Dec. 24, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. daily.

Nobles/Nordmann fir; $35 any size tree.

Saws provided.

Pete Pederson's Christmas Trees

4035 Mount Baker Highway, Everson

360-296-6811

Nov. 29-Dec 23, open daily 9 a.m.-dusk.

U-cut, pre-cut, noble, grand and Douglas fir.

Delivery and set-up also available, saws and twine, tree stands, cookies, candy canes.

Red Mountain Tree Farm

Milepost 24 on Mount Baker Highway between Kendall and Maple Falls

360-599-1765

Nov. 29-Dec. 23, open daily from 10 a.m. to dusk.

Noble, Nordmann, grand, Douglas and Fraser fir, blue spruce.

U-cut, freshly pre-cut, some potted live trees; saws, kneeling mats, twine, wreaths, garland, ornaments, lights, stands, candy canes, dog treats, portable restroom, free baling and shaking, help hauling and loading.

Small's Northwest Evergreens

6480 Northwest Rd.

360-384-0438 or 360-393-9039

Find us on Facebook.

Nov. 29-Dec. 22, 9 a.m.-dusk daily.

U-cut trees: noble, Nordmann, grand, Douglas fir. Wreaths, crosses and tree netting; limited pre-cut trees. We supply saws, something to kneel on; free popcorn, candy canes, cider and coffee.

Stoney Ridge Farm

2092 Van Dyk Road., Everson

360-966-3919, stoneyridgefarm.com

Friday, Nov. 29, noon-5 p.m., Nov. 30, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Dec. 5 and 6, noon-5 p.m., Dec. 7, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Dec. 12, 13, noon-5 p.m., Dec. 14, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

We have u-cut and pre-cut noble, Fraser, Nordmann, grand, and Douglas fir. Fresh garland and custom wreaths. Live animal nativity featuring Moses the camel! Bonfire on Saturdays. Free coffee and hot chocolate with purchase of wreath or tree. Doughnuts also available. Saws, shaking and baling available for trees.

Tom's U-Cut Trees

4204 Hoff Road, Bellingham

360-756-9473, mary98225@msn.com

Nov. 29-Dec. 22, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, 9 a.m. to dusk. Also open Monday, December 23.

U-cut: Douglas, grand, Caanan fir. $30 any tree, tax included. Saws provided, knee pads, twine, hot cocoa.

Triple E Farm

5607 Elder Road, Ferndale

360-380-4549

Nov. 30-Dec. 22, Monday-Thursday. 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.; Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

U-cut Douglas, grand and noble fir.

Hand saws, wreaths, candy canes provided.

Vedder's Edge Tree Farm

5569 Rock Road, Sumas

360-988-7416, 360-510-9129

Nov. 29-Dec. 22, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday and by appointment.

U-cut, we-cut, handsaws and tree wheel-barrows available; Fraser, noble, Nordmann firs. Candy canes, cookies and cocoa.

Reach Margaret Bikman at margaret.bikman@bellinghamherald.com or 360-715-2273.

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