Uncle Steve's Wholesale Christmas Trees

"The North Country's Finest"
Balsam Fir and Balsam-Fraser Fir Hybrids

Uncle Steve's Christmas Tree Farm is loaded with premium Christmas trees and contains the finest Balsam Fir and Balsam-Fraser Fir hybrids in the North Country.

In order to guarantee you the best looking, highest quality trees, and to ensure you will be truly satisfied with our product, Uncle Steve personally selects and tags each tree to be harvested.

By purchasing directly from our Christmas tree farm (instead of a middle-man Christmas tree broker), you are guaranteed the freshest possible product at a great price.

Unlike other Christmas tree growers, we will not begin to harvest your trees until November 15th or later (unless otherwise requested). However, the quantity of trees ready for harvest each year is limited, so call early to reserve your trees. Click here to learn more about us.

Wholesale Christmas Trees Terms of Sale

  • Minimum order required for wholesale pricing
  • Shipping not included in prices. Call for a shipping quote.
  • We cannot be held liable for failure to fill an order as a result of conditions beyond our control
  • Extra large Christmas trees available: 10-15 feet tall or taller! Please contact us for more information
  • We also have select super tall "White House Worthy" trees perfect for featured outdoor displays. Click here for more about our White House Worthy Christmas trees.

Uncle Steve's Christmas Trees 2017 Wholesale Price List

*Prices do not include shipping
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2'-4' Tabletop $8
4'-5' Premium $13
5'-7' Premium $16
7'-8' Premium $17
8'-9' Premium $18
9'-10' Premium $25
10'-12' Premium $50
12'-15' Premium $60
4'-5' #1 $10
5'-6' #1 $12
6'-8' #1 $13
8'-9' #1 $15
9'-10' #1 $21
4'-5' #2 $8
6'-7' #2 $10
7'-8' #2 $11
8'-9' #2 $13

250+ Acres of Uncle Steve's Christmas Trees Courtesy Google Earth

This satellite image, courtesy of Google Earth, shows a large portion of Uncle Steve's northern New England Christmas tree farm located just south of the Quebec, Canada border.

The number of trees harvested each year is limited...
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