Browns Christmas Tree Farm in York, PA has been providing happy customers with Christmas trees since 1988. Browns offers many different types of trees, whether it’s cut your own or fresh cut. Please stop by to see our assortment of trees along with fresh made wreaths, saches and more. Please visit our Products & Services page for a full listing of what you’ll find at Browns Tree Farm.Our Trees
Browns Tree Farm is a full service Christmas tree farm, offering many varieties of Christmas trees along with cutting services, tree stands, fresh made wreaths, and swastes and swag. After cutting down a tree we’ll drill it so its ready for a straight stand, shake it and finally bail it for you. Need help loading? No problem, our crew is ready to assist!Our Trees
Browns Tree Farm traditionally begins normal holiday operating hours the Friday following Thanksgiving. Normal operating hours during the holiday season are Monday-Friday from 11:00am-5:00pm, Saturday-Sunday 9:00am-5:00pm. Tree tagging will begin on November 10th and conclude on November 20th. Tagged trees must be removed by December 5th.
Native to the appalachian mountains of the southeastern United States. Widely used as Christmas trees, the Frasier Fir has been used more then any other species of tree as the official White House Christmas Tree.
Also known as a balsam fir, the caanan fir is native to the majority of the northeastern United States. Very popular as a Christmas Tree across the United States, caanan fir branches also make a great wreath.
The Douglas Fir (not technically a fir tree) has been commonly used as Christmas Trees since the 1920s. The Douglas fir is native to the western part of the United States with the Coast Douglas Fir and Rocky Mountain Douglas Fir being the most common varieties.