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Bakersfield Tree Farm
405 Fairfield Road (Rte 36)
PO Box 202, Bakersfield, VT 05441

Open the day after Thanksgiving through December 24th.
Mon-Sun, 8am to 5pm

Member NH + VT
Christmas Tree Assoc.


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Updated 11/5/15


We have a nice variety of Fraser, Balsam and Canaan Firs and White Pine, in sizes ranging from tabletop to over nine feet. Visit Bakersfield Tree Farm soon and choose your own tree to cut or a pre-cut one that suits you.

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spacer Colorado Blue Spruce Picea pungens glauca
Blue Spruce have a gorgeous gray-blue appearance. They are also known for their sharply pointed needles and strong branches for heavy ornaments. The needles can be a little too picky for little children, but they may keep the cat away. Like all Christmas trees, they require a lot of fresh water. These trees are perfect if you like to hide gifts 'in' the tree.

spacer Scotch, White, and Red Pine are traditional, long-needled trees favored by some folks. A soft appearance and the familiar 'pine woods' scent are their best attributes.

spacer Fraser Fir Abies fraseri
The Fraser [Fray-shur] Fir has good needle retention, is dark blue-green in color, and a nice scent. This is a very popular Christma tree choice. These pyramidal-shaped trees are similar to a Balsam.

spacer Balsam Abies balsamea
Pyramidal and stately shaped evergreen. Terrific scent and softer needles. Loved by many cats, too.

spacer Canaan Fir Abies balsamea var. phanerolepis
Canaan (pronounced Kah-non) is a newer Christmas tree favorite. First identified in the Canaan Valley in West Virginia, this tree is very similar to the Balsam and Fraser.

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Source: National Christmas Tree Association