Edwards Christmas Tree Farm is open daily to the public from the Friday after Thanksgiving (Black Friday) until Christmas Eve. You can choose and cut your own hand picked tree, select one of our live trees (balled and burlaped) or choose a wreath, grave blanket or swag from our selection of fresh, farm made items. Hand painted gourds, gourd art, hand painted wood signs and other craft items are also for sale at our gift shop. View our selection of hand crafted items on line at www.etsy/shop/edwardsfarm We also participate in a number of craft shows during the year. Check our show schedule on Facebook or our website.

338 Jacobstown Cookstown Rd, Wrightstown, NJ, 08562
(609) 758-7729

Christmas tree types at Edwards Christmas Tree Farm:

This tree has a dark-green appearance and retains its pleasing fragrance throughout the Christmas season.

This species has strong branches, which are capable of holding heavy ornaments, and has sharp needles, which may deter pets from climbing into your Christmas tree. Blue spruces vary from green to bluish gray in color. When properly cared for, this species has good needle retention.

This species has long, soft needles that range from a green to a bluish gray. They have good needle retention and has a unique, citrusy aroma.

The Norway Spruce is native to central and northern Europe. The needle has a pointed apex and is similar in appearance above and below. The bark is reddish or coppery brown. The branches are relatively sturdy, stronger than the Douglas Fir but not as strong as the Blue Spruce.

The needles are gray-green to bright blue-green in color. The branches are short, horizontal or slightly ascending. The bark's orangish color and rough texture are very distictive.

This species has soft, flexible needles and is bluish-green in color. White pines have good needle retention, but have little aroma. They aren't recommended for heavy ornaments. White Pines have a fluffy appearance and are good for large rooms.

Winter activities and services at Edwards Christmas Tree Farm:

Farm photos

Christmas tree balls