Shop inside for Christmas trees at Goodman’s

Christmas Trees at Goodman's Farm Market Niagara Falls NY
Photo by Ray Crawley

You don’t have to worry about snow, sleet or even rain when you’re buying a Christmas tree at Goodman’s Farm Market– All of our Christmas trees are displayed inside our greenhouse!

At no extra charge we will put a fresh cut on your tree, wrap it in netting, and load it for you.

We have four varieties of Christmas trees: Douglas fir, Fraser fir, Noble fir, and Scotch pine. The firs all hold their needles well, are very fragrant, and are soft to the touch. We have trees from 2 feet tall to 12 feet tall.

We also carry tree stands, tree removal bags, tree preservatives, and tree watering funnels (so you don’t have to crawl under the tree to water).

If you like fresh garland, we have two kinds: garland of white pine or a garland of mixed cedar and Douglas fir.

Check out our wreaths, both decorated and undecorated. Bows for wreaths and decorating can be purchased separately, too, as well as wreaths stands and over-the-door wreath hangers.

Here are some tips to make your tree last for the entire season:

  • Put a fresh cut on the tree so it will take water.
  • Put the tree into water as soon as possible.
  • Keep the tree watered; do not let the water level fall below the bottom of the tree.
  • Keep the tree away from sources of hot dry air such as heat ducts, wood stoves, fireplaces, etc.

After Christmas, your tree can be placed near your bird feeder to provide cover for small birds such as finch and chickadees. You can also place strings of popcorn or cranberries on the tree to feed the birds.

Holiday hours are 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.

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