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The Carrolls' Christmas Tree Farm (Formerly J&D)

Phone : (905) 355-3009
Phone : (905) 767-5903
E-Mail : Click Here to E-Mail us
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Your Host(s) : Keith and Michelle Carroll

Colborne, ON (Nearby: Castleton, Grafton, Brighton, Codrington, Warkworth)

  • After 22 great years I have decided to take on a new direction. I am pleased to announce that the family traditions will carry on. New Owners Michelle and Keith Carroll will be continuing on with my great pleasure the Christmas Tree Farm. I will be staying on this season and look forward to seeing you all and your families. Thanks Don Carman

13809 Telephone Road
Colborne, Ontario
K0K 1S0

Ontario Tourism Region : Kawartha and Northumberland

Description From Owner:
  • Harvest your own and precut White Spruce, Balsam and Fraser Fir. We provide hayrides and baling. Enjoy a real family tradition.
  • Remember, a Christmas tree is a living thing, look after it as carefully as you would a cut flower. Once you select a Christmas tree, follow these suggestions to keep it fresh and safe:
  • If you buy your tree several days before you plan to set it up, store the tree outdoors or on a cool porch or patio until you are ready to decorate. An area that provides protection from the wind and sun will help the tree retain its moisture.
  • If you plan to store the tree for several days, make a straight cut across the butt end of the tree about one inch from the end. This opens the tree stem so it can take up water. Store the tree upright and place the butt end in a container of water.
  • When you bring the tree into the house for decorating, make another fresh cut across the trunk about an inch from the original cut. Use a tree stand that holds plenty of water.
  • Trees are thirsty. They may drink up to four litres of water per day, so be sure to check daily and supply fresh water as needed.
  • A stand which holds at least four litres of water is recommended. If you allow the water level to drop below the bottom of the tree, a seal will form just as it does on a cut flower, and a new cut will be necessary.
  • Place your tree away from fireplaces, radiators, television sets and other sources of heat. Turn off the tree lights when you leave and before you retire at night.
  • Avoid the use of combustible decorations. Check all electric lights and connections. Do not use lights with worn or frayed cords and N-E-V-E-R use lighted candles on a Christmas tree.

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Erich Ko on 13-May-24
We got the biggest, most beautiful tree ever from this farm! Everyone there is so friendly and they make you feel like family!

Jessica Cassar-Maynard on 07-Jul-23
Absolutely lovely experience. We spent yesterday afternoon at the tree farm, and while we waited an extra hour for the other half of our group to decided on a tree (so many options) it was spent laughing and chatting with the owners and their team. From the moment you walk up to the hut upon entry, to the tractor ride, to shaking and bundling the tree, you are welcomed with kindness and people who are very happy to be there. They take pride in providing you with great quality trees, and customer service, and it shows! We will be returning next year, thanks guys!

Douglas Hynson on 14-Apr-22
Great tree and super friendly/helpful people and staff. The walk down to the lot and back up was a little daunting for my wife who has minor mobility issues. It would have been (but lazy for us!) to have a ride up the hill. Thanks for the response! - we figured it would be something like CoVID or some liability insurance stuff. Thanks for telling everyone about the help you offer. We' really super happy with the tree! Merry Christmas!

Kate F on 12-Apr-21
Staff was super friendly. The process in getting a tree was super easy - option to cut your own or choose from a selection of trees already cut (they supplied saws). Prices were fair and they had selection of different types of trees and many options to choose from. It was my first experience cutting my own tree and couldn't be happier to return here next year.

Matthew King on 03-Jun-20
We went here to get our our tree and the people are so kind and helpful. The owner was so fast to come over and introduce himself to us and explain how things worked there. Such a wide variety of trees and so many types and sizes. We will definitely come back next year. We recommend you come and get your tree to.

Holly K on 11-Sep-19
Very friendly service, big selection of trees, and even warm drink and treats for sale!

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