This time of the year rocks, and for those you who celebrate Christmas, your celebratory tree is likely already all set up and good to go, decked out in nostalgic ornaments and white, blue, green lights and anything else you might put in the tree.
All these holiday accessories vary not only in their shapes and sizes, but also in their genuineness, from fresh fir to shiny plastic. And across Canada, the debate seems to be split pretty evenly. Christmas trees have their share of pros and cons, according to lots of web site but since I’m a fan of the real deal here is another Tree Farm 10 minutes outside of Orangeville located on Airport road just north of Hwy 109
Rudolph’s Christmas Tree Farm is another great example of the different places you and everyone else has when it comes to Christmas Trees. You can harvest your own Balsam fir, spruce or Scotch pine or choose one from the pre-selected large Silver fir, Fraser fir and Colorado Blue spruce by the parking lot. The cost of all these great looking trees rages from $35 to $58.
They are open Sat & Sun 9am until dark starting last weekend in November and they will also trim, bale and shake your tree for free. Tree stands and bags are available along with wagon rides.