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Cut-Your-Own Christmas Tree Farms near Philadelphia, PA

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Looking for a Christmas tree farm near Philladelphia?  There are a few both in New Jersey and Philadelphia. Choosing and cutting your own Christmas tree is such a fun tradition!  

  1. You choose, we cut.  Limited supply so please call ahead.  
  2. Take a hayride to the fields and select your tree!  Saw provided for you to use to cut the tree.  Also available: visits with Santa, caroling hayrides, winterland display and holiday shop
  3. Tree varieties available: Blue Spruce, Canaan Fir, Colorado Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir Canaan Fir, Colorado Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir, White Pine

    Saws are available; Bailing is no charge; Rope available to tie your tree.  
    Payment Acceptedt: Cash, Check.
  4. Choose and cut varieties available: Scotch pine, white spruce, white pine and Douglas fir.
    Saws and carts provided
  5. Choose and cut varieties available: Blue Spruce, Canaan Fir, Colorado Blue Spruce, White Fir, Douglas Fir, Eastern White Pine, Norway Spruce.  
    PreCut and rooted trees, Wreaths, roping, swags and grave blankets are also available
  6. cut your own Christmas Tree  
    varieties: Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir, Canaan Fir, Norway Spruce, and White Pine Trees  
    complementary tree drilling available upon request
    * Please note that all tree cutting is done by Exley's employees in order to provide the safest environment possible.
    wreaths and grave blankets for sale

    Make a day of it!  We offer a refreshment stand, hayrides, visits with Santa, photo ops, and a train display
    Other tree related items available for purchase such as stands.
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