Weir Tree Farms


Balsam Fraser Fralsam™ Fir Christmas Trees

Providing Quality Christmas Trees for Three Generations

Frequently Asked Questions

Choose and Cut / Wreath Room | Wholesale | Nursery

Choose and Cut / Wreath Room

When are you open?
We will be open Friday, November 22nd through Sunday, December 15th for the 2024 season.

Where are you located?
Click here for directions to our farm.

Is someone available to help cut and bale our tree?
On weekdays there is usually someone available to help our customers. On weekends, we do have a helper available who specifically works with our choose and cut customers.

Will our tree be tied or baled?
We are able to bale the tree if our customer wants us to.

How much do the trees cost?
The trees are $50.00 for 6 feet and under, $60.00 from 6' to 8' tall, $80.00 from 8' - 9' tall, $100.00 from 9' - 10' tall, and $125.00 for over 10' tall.

What do you accept for payment?
We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Can we tag our tree ahead of time and then return to cut it?
Absolutely - please stop in at the farmhouse to get the appropriate tags.

Do you have a gift shop?
Yes, we have a large gift shop and wreath room. We have wreaths, roping/garland, kissing balls, brush, and other gift items for sale. We have decorators available seven days a week to assist you with your Christmas decorating needs.


Where can I get a wholesale price list?
Call us toll free and we will mail or fax a price list or you can join our mailing list and have one e-mailed directly to you.

When should I place my wholesale order?
The earlier the better! Due to our large, returning customer base, we are typically sold out of wholesale trees by August/September.

Is there a minimum order?
There is no minimum order if you plan on picking your trees up. If you need the trees trucked to you, you must order a minimum of 150 trees.

Can I come look at the trees before I order?
Yes, we encourage people to visit our farm. Please call ahead to set up an appointment.

How do I place an order?
You can call us toll free to place your order or send your price list directly to us via fax, mail, or e-mail. Please keep in mind orders are not confirmed until we receive a 30% deposit.

Do I have to arrange my own trucking?
You are welcome to arrange your own trucking. However, we now offer delivery with our own trucks - please call or e-mail for a delivery quote.

I am opening a new retail lot - what is a good mixture of trees in terms of sizes, species, and grades to have on my lot?
Please refer to this sample order [21 KB pdf] to give you an idea of a good mix of trees to have available on your lot. For 2023 wholesale pricing please call or e-mail us.


When should I place my nursery order?
We start accepting nursery orders for the following season in June, however prices will not be set until September. At that point in time, you will receive an invoice and deposit can be made. Due to inventory fluctuations each year, the earlier an order is placed the better.

Do you require a deposit?
Yes, a 30% deposit is required. We do not accept orders without deposits. The balance of your order must be paid in full before your order is shipped or at the time of pick up.

Are you able to ship transplants?
Yes, we can ship your transplants to you. They are shipped via FedEx and shipping rates are determined based on the size of the plants and the quantity that you order.

Do you provide planting services?
Yes, we do. Please call or e-mail for a quote.

When will my transplants be ready?
In the past, we have been able to dig and have transplants ready for our customers in mid April, but that is more the exception than the rule. Due to our location, we are at the mercy of Mother Nature and when the frost comes out of the ground. It is usually safe to plan on your transplants being available for pick up or shipment during the first week of May.

Can you provide me with some basic planting instructions?
When we plant our trees we use a spacing of 6' between the rows and 5.5' within the rows. However, we use tractors to meet all of our tree care needs and that is why we need so much space - if you plan on caring for the trees by hand you can lessen the spacing some, but a mature Christmas tree still needs approximately 4' - 5' in diameter to grow properly. When you plant the trees dig a hole approximately 6" - 8" deep - every tree is different, but make sure all of the roots are completely covered with soil. They should be watered after planting if it has been dry for an extended period of time and you can use a small handful of 10-10-10 fertilizer around the base of each tree (but not touching the tree itself).

I just received my transplants, but am unable to plant them right away - will they be ok?
If you cannot plant them immediately they will be fine for 3 or 4 days if you keep them in a cool, dark area (basement, etc.) in the original packaging. We would recommend that you get them in the ground within 5 days of receiving them.

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Weir Tree Farms
679 E. Colebrook Road
Colebrook, NH 03576