Christmas Trees

You will find choose & cut and precut Christmas trees at the farm.
The various types of fir trees are different in size, shape, form and height.

Hours are;
Monday through Friday – noon to 4:00pm
Saturday and Sunday 9:00am to 4:00pm.

Opening the day after Thanksgiving and closing after this years crop trees have sold.


Aldrich Tree Christmas Tree Farm is a member of
the NH-VT Christmas Tree Growers Association.

These trees started from seed at a nursery 4 or 5 years before they were transplanted here on the farm. They were cared for an other 7-8 years before they are ready to be harvested as a 7 to 8 foot tree. You’ll find them in traditional form.

There are 6500 trees at various stages, and all shapes and sizes, even table tops.
Wreaths available while supply lasts.


This farm participates in the trees for troops program. Please ask how you can be a part.



At the Farm

Saws are provided.
Toboggans available, if you choose.
Netting included, if you choose.
Twine included if you choose.
Parking available at the sugar house.
Dogs are discouraged, children are encouraged.
Help available as you need.
Located at the Sugarhouse at
2370 Dugway Road
Richmond, VT 05477


Directions; from Richmond village go south on Bridge street 1/2mile, then take the Huntington Road south (right after the Old Round Church) for 3 1/2 mile, then left on Dugway Road for 3/4 mile, drive and parking at the sugarhouse on your left.
Directions; from Huntington take Main Road/Huntington Road north 3 1/2 miles turn right onto Dugway Road go 3/4 mile, drive and parking at the sugarhouse on your left.

Tree Care Tips

Care for your tree. Make a new cut if it’s not put in a stand with water within 12 hours.
Keep it watered throughout the season. That keeps it fresh through the holidays and helps the tree continue to provide that sought after aroma.

Christmas tree farming is a green industry. Real Christmas trees are natural, biodegradable and renewable. It keeps farm land in agricultural and the trees are an agricultural crop. While they’re growing, Christmas trees absorb carbon dioxide and other gases while emitting fresh oxygen. The National Christmas Tree Association states that 1 acre of Christmas trees produces the daily oxygen requirement for 18 people. After they are harvested and enjoyed at Christmas, trees can be recycled. Many local communities offer drop-off locations where Christmas trees can be chipped to produce mulch, used as whole trees in slope stabilization projects, or even burning in biomass energy plants to produce green electricity. My neighbor feeds a few to his goats.
Our trees also provide habitat for a wide range of wildlife. Over the years, walks through the trees have resulted in sightings of song birds, turkey, deer, fox, rabbits, even moose and a bear.

Syrup and maple products are available by appointment and during choose and cut Christmas tree season.