2022 Updates


We are now CLOSED for the 2022 season. On behalf of all of us at Tonry Farm, We wanted to thank all of our dedicated customers for coming out and supporting our farm. We saw customers who have been coming for more than 45 years, and met new ones that had never cut their own tree and decided to start a new family tradition. To protect the next years trees and those that will be ready in following years, to keep the farm sustainable we are now closed. We are so thankful for all of our amazing customers and would like to wish everyone a safe and merry Christmas.


We had a wonderful first weekend with beautiful weather! Our tree inventory is now primarily 5 foot and under concolor fir trees. We will be open this Friday Dec. 2nd, Saturday Dec. 3rd, and Sunday Dec. 4th from 9am to 3:30pm. This weekend we will have our snack stand open, fresh kettlecorn, a barn full of wreaths and decorations, and birch reindeer for sale. All trees are $75, cash or check. 


Here are the most important things to know about our 2022 season:

  • Our inventory is primarily 7 foot and under concolor fir trees
  • We will be open Friday-Sunday November 25th-27th, and December 2nd-4th from 9am to 3:30pm. Additional dates TBD with weather and inventory. Sorry, no tree tagging. 
  • Always check our website, facebook, or phone line before you come to the farm for any important updates (especially when there are weather complications. 

We look forward to seeing you at the farm!

Monday 9/19/22

Less than 100 days until Christmas! Fall is here, and we are looking forward to the leaves turning and the transition into the holiday season.

It has been a tough growing year in 2022 with record drought. Because it takes about 8-10 years to grow a Christmas tree, we will still feel the effects of the 2022 drought in the year 2032 when we will be harvesting the baby trees we planted this year (many of which, unfortunately, did not survive the dry summer). Smaller trees are far more vulnerable to the effects of the drought than older ones are. 

SO, the good news is that our crop of trees for this year hasn't been too badly effected. We have a nice selection of 5-7 foot primarily concolor fir trees, and we do also have some balsam fir, fraser fir, and white spruce out there too. 

This year we will be open Friday-Sunday November 25th-27th, and December 2nd-4th. Weather plays such a big role in our season, so you should always check our phone line, facebook, or website before heading to the farm to make sure we are open. Sorry, we do not do any tree tagging ahead of cutting season.

Stay tuned for more updates on the season, we look forward to seeing you after Thanksgiving!

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