Canada’s Major Christmas Tree Growers
Perry Christmas Tree Farm
39 Bolton St. Moncton, NB Tel: 506-855-4005 Cell: 506-864-4847
|All Nova Scotia Green Christmas Tree Co-op Ltd.
PO Box 98
New Germany, NS B0R 1E0
|75,000-100,000 balsam fir – all grades||available upon request. Made to order||brush available||Quality at a fiar price. 28+ member-producers marketing co-op. Uniform grading. Balsam Fir densities light, medium, and heavy.Height 4′ to 12′|
|Giants Lake Balsam Fir
|250-5000 trees of all grades and sizes (bale grade to Premium #1)||Wreaths Available||Brush Available||Giants Lake Balsam Fir is a family owned and operated business providing Christmas trees and balsam products for more than 30 years. Our trees are grown on sustainable, natural stand and tree lots in Northeastern Nova Scotia.|
|J&M Reeves Christmas Greens Ltd.
John and Matthew Reeves1595 Forties Rd.
RR 1 New Ross, NS
B0J 2M0Phone: 1-902-689-2471
|15,000 balsam fir||5000 wreaths||75,000 lbs of brush||Growers and exporters of high quality balsam fir trees, wreaths and greenery.|
|Elite Balsam Products Inc.
Scott MacKinnon2345 Antigonish-Guysborough Rd.
St. Andrews, NS
B0H 1X0Phone: 1-877-4Balsam
|Balsam Fir. Limited amounts of Fraser Fir||Top Quality Balsam Fir products since 1988. Availability by partial or full truckloads. Minimum orders apply.|
|Traditional Evergreen Tree Farms Ltd.
Randy NauglerP.O Box 25
Bridgewater, NS B4V 2W6
|Lunenburg County Balsam Fir||Brush Available
|El id ioma espanol es bienvenido. Grower and International supplier of high quality Balsam fir Christmas trees. In light, medium and heavy density grades. Marketing in the USA east of Mississippi.|
|Lunenburg Balsam Fir Co-op Ltd.
P.O. Box 485
|15,000 balsam fir
2′ to 20′
|by request||25 lb bundles of balsam brush available||The Lunenburg Balsam Fir Co-op Ltd. was incorporated in 1996. Its 11 members have over 350 man years of combined experience growing balsam fir. Our trees and greens are grown on natural woodland sites under the most environmentally sustainable practices.|
|Northeastern Christmas Tree Association
797 South River Road
RR 2 Goshen
Nova Scotia, Canada
|80,000 balsam fir||15,000||2000 bales of brush||Shipping quality balsam fir trees, brush and wreaths since 1973 to international and Canadian markets.|
|Drysdale Tree Farms Ltd.|
|Somerville Nurseries Inc.
5884 County RD 13
Everett, Ontario, Canada
Telephone: (705) 435-6258
275, ch Laberee
Sawyerville, (QC) J0B 3A0
Telephone:1-819-889-3214 Fax: 1-819-889-3214
|Arbres de Noël Côté-Henderson
2386, rang 8
Inverness (QC) G0S 1K0
Telephone: 1-418-453-2482 Fax: 1-418-453-2482
|Arbres Joyeux Inc
1077, route 271 N
|Quebec Balsams Inc.
2250 rue Hugo, Sherbrooke, QC J1J 3W5
Telephone: 1-819-679-9974 Fax: 1-418-483-5602
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: quebecbalsams.com
|Les Plantations Robert inc.
Alain et Daniel Robert
809, rue Principale
Lac-Drolet (QC) G0Y 1C0
|Downey Tree Farm and Nursery Inc
Larry et Marlene Downey
1860 Spring Road
Cookshire-Eaton (QC) J0B 1M0
|Plantation Fortin and Mercier
501, rang 10
St-Honoré-de-Shenley (QC) G0M 1V0
|Plantation Gabriel Thibeault
700, route 165, Ireland, QC G6H 2M2
|Plantation du Pinacle Inc. (Valfei Products)
1632 Route 141 Nord
Coaticook (QC) J1A 2S8
Telephone: 1-819-849-7019 cell 1-819-570-0542
|Productions Résinex Inc.
43 rue Norbert-Morin
Ladurantaye (QC) G0R 1W0
|BL Christmas Trees
Hugo Lemyre – Yohann Blanchette
7993 Boul. Bourque, Sherbrooke, QC J1N 3G7
|FERME D VANASSE
1385 Main St.
Ayer’s Cliff (QC) J0B 1C0
Cell: 819 345-0951 Fax: 819-838-5491
|PLANTATION ROBERT E. ENOS
Robert E. Enos
1790 rang 1 nord
St-Ignace de Stanbridge (QC)
59 Route du domaine, C.P. 2204
Adstock (QC) G0N1S0
Cell: 418-230-8678 Fax:418-427-5108
700 Route 165
Irlande(QC) G6H 2M2
Cell: 418-334-8900 Fax: 418-423-2072
please contact the Provincial officeWholesale Suppliers of Christmas Trees and Greenery from British Colombia
Canadian Christmas trees are grown in a non-polluted cold winter environment. These conditions allow real trees to flourish, bringing warmth and beauty to your home for Christmas.Because Canada Grows World-Class Christmas trees!
Why Buy Canadian Christmas Trees?
Canadian trees are typically pruned annually, holding back the upward growth and making the trees branch out.Annual shearing give our Christmas trees the bushy appearance that distinguishes premium Canadian Christmas trees.Choosing a real Canadian-grown tree is a cherished tradition for millions of people around the world. People with a real Christmas trees in their home consider their tree the single most important item of the Christmas season.
The Canadian Christmas tree tradition is now in its third century of popularity!
Many vividly remember going out to cut the family Christmas tree in nearby forests when they were younger. These memories: choosing the perfect tree, bringing it home, decorating it and enjoying it during the Christmas celebrations, are long-lasting and greatly cherished.
The fragrance that Canadian Christmas trees bring to a home cannot be duplicated by artificial trees.
We can still enjoy this tradition thanks to the “choose and cut” Christmas tree farms located across our great country. When they are on the farms, families not only choose and cut their own tree, but they can also
- Have fun on hay rides through the plantation
- Enjoy hot chocolate
- Purchase a wreath for decorating the house.
Buy Local , Buy Real
Canadian Christmas trees provide real jobs for Canadians, from the growers to the farm hands as well as in related industries such as transportation, equipment supply and retail sales.
In Canada, there are currently 33 500 hectares (82 700 acres) of land used for growing Christmas trees. Not only does this provide habitat for birds and other wildlife species, but it also provides lots of oxygen.
As the trees are harvested, new ones are already being grown in the transplant beds to take their place in the plantation
It is generally agreed that the use of an evergreen tree as part of the Christian Christmas celebration started 400 years ago in Germany and spread to most of Northern Europe by the 19th century.
Canada was first introduced to the Christmas tree in 1781 in Sorel, Quebec, by a German immigrant, Baron Friederick von Riedesel. The Baron’s tree was a balsam fir cut from the dense forests of Quebec and was decorated with myriad white candles (for safety reasons, we do not recommend the use of candles today).
While in the 1950s most trees harvested in Canada were grown in forest settings, today 98% of the Canadian production comes from Christmas tree farms
Thus began the tradition of decorating with tinsel.
Considering the high value of gold and silver throughout history, this decorating tradition shows how much value was placed in decorating those early Christmas trees.
Canadian Christmas tree growers put in the same effort and values, if not more, in preparing the majestic natural trees for your home each year.