Fraser Wreath

Considered by many to be the perfect Christmas Tree, the Fraser Fir is probably best know for the soft green needles and the beautiful silverish-white underside. Depending on how you look at this wreath, it could appear to be a deep green color, or you may catch the shiny underside of the needles and see more of Silver/White appearance.


Balsam Wreath

You will enjoy the wonderful scent of Balsam with this wreath.




Boxwood Wreath

Our boxwood wreath makes a lovely door wreath and also work well inside your home through the Christmas season.



Four Firs Wreath

This wreath is made of a combination of four beautiful firs: Balsam, Fraser, Concolor and Douglas.



Douglas Fir Wreath

Made from freshly cut Douglas Fir trimmings, the Douglas Fir wreath will provide a beautiful and uniquely fragrant accent to your home. The Douglas Fir is known for a sweet Tangerine aroma that will last throughout the holiday season. This wreath includes a collection of frosted pine cones and berries, and a soft weather resistant bow.


Concolor Fir Wreath

The Concolor Fir has blue-green, long needles and a citrusy scent.




White Pine Wreath

The needles of the White Pine are long, soft and wispy. The make a nice traditional wreath.



Boxwood and Berry Wreath

This beautiful wreath is made from fresh boxwood and locally grown Winterberries.



Christmas Classic Wreath

This beautiful wreath is our own design, made of fragrant fir, boxwood and Winterberries.



  • Recycle the Holiday Spirit

    Christmas Trees to be recycled at The Forest Preserve District of Will County.

    A free Christmas tree recycling program offered by the Forest Preserve District of Will County, will be Tuesday, December 27 through Monday, January 9, with three tree drop-off sites around the county. Trees can be dropped off at any of the facilities between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

    Recycling Christmas trees saves landfill space and recycles the trees back to nature. The trees are chipped and then used at District preserves. Christmas trees can be dropped off at Isle a la Cache Museum, in Romeoville; the Sugar Creek Administration Center, in Joliet, and Monee Reservoir.

    Please remove all tinsel and lights. Only family trees will be accepted; no commercial trees will be taken. Locations include:

    • Cache Museum - 501 East 135th Street
    • Sugar Creek Administration Center - 17540 W. Laraway Rd
    • Monee Reservoir - 27341 Ridgeland Ave.
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    We open Friday November 23th

    Our tree farm opens on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving Day, and we will have our first shipment of Michigan fresh cut trees ready to take home.

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    Christmas Season in Full Swing

    The real fun begins Saturday and continues every weekend until December 23rd, our last day. Come out with your entire family and maybe even spot Santa on one of the Saturday's

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  • Make it a Traditional Christmas

    This year, say goodbye to fake Christmas trees and go GREEN all throughout the holidays with a real fresh cut tree.