2 Tree Farms to choose from - see sizes below for our choose-and-cut trees
Little Hills Christmas Tree Farm and our sister farm
Liberty Christmas Tree Farm
Each of our two Christmas Tree Farms features unique qualities that make them special destinations during the Christmas season.
At both farms, depending on the whims of Mother Nature, the size and lushness of the trees can vary from year to year. The ability to choose from the largest and freshest selection of trees from both farms ensures that your family will find the perfect tree at the perfect price.
We have choose-and-cut Monterey Pine, Sierra Redwood and Leyland Cypress trees at each farm.
The choose-and-cut trees at Little Hills are very nice and we have a few Monterey Pines up to 15' this year.
If you don't find the tree you're looking for at Little Hills Tree Farm, we invite to visit Liberty Christmas Tree Farm. The micro climate and preferred soil conditions, made for exceptional trees at Liberty Christmas Tree Farm this year. We have many very lush Monterey Pines up to 12' and some taller. Liberty Christmas Tree Farm is located at 241 Liberty Road in Petaluma, just a few miles from Little Hills. For more infomaiton about Liberty Christmas Tree Farm click here to vist our website.
Each one of our choose-and-cut Christmas trees has its own unique look and attributes. Let us help you find the tree that best expresses your family's Christmas spirit.
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The Monterey Pine is the most widely planted pine tree in the world, known for its rapid growth and diversity of uses. It also makes a lovely Christmas tree, with a fresh look that can be described as rustic, natural and authentic. You'll love how it brings a hint of the outdoors in, and delivers an understated appeal to your holiday theme.
For a true California Christmas, bring home a Sierra Redwood. Also known as a giant sequoia, these majestic trees, in the wild, are the skyscrapers of the forest. Beautiful, billowy branches create an elegant display for ornaments, and each one is trimmed to create a perfect spire. It's an effortlessly exquisite choice for your Christmas display.
There are no naturally occurring Leyland Cypress trees – each one is a hybrid of the Monterey Cypress and Alaskan Cedar. The species was discovered in 1888 by C.J. Leyland at Leighton Hall, an estate in the South of Wales. The two parent trees crossbred on their own and purely by accident, creating a tree that is simply ideal for Christmas trees and ornamental plantings. The foliage is a very deep forest green and will complement your traditional Christmas décor perfectly.