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Christmas Trees in Boulder, CO

Christmas Trees in Boulder, Colorado

Cottonwood Farms sells Christmas trees, too! These are real christmas trees,
intentionally grown for your enjoyment, and responsibly harvested.

Cottonwood Farms is located at 75th and Arapahoe in Boulder, CO. We are just a few
minutes' drive from Boulder, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, and Erie.

We have several varieties of fresh Christmas trees, including
Fraser fir, Noble Fir, Balsam Fir, Canaan Fir, and Douglas Fir, in all
sizes, including some Douglas Fir trees from forest thinning projects.
We also sell garland and several sizes of wreaths.

Local Trees

We plan to have some local trees available.

About Our Trees:

  • Our trees are pre-cut
  • Our trees are as fresh as any around and we keep them protected from sun and other exposure until we put them out for display
  • Our prices are competitive with any lots selling quality
    trees. 6ft to 7ft trees run in price from $50 to $76 depending on
  • We have full range of sizes in the species we handle.

Real Christmas Trees

Our Christmas trees are intentionally grown for your enjoyment. During their growing years, these trees cleansed the air, provided you with oxygen, protected your water supply, made a home for wildlife, and beautified some previously barren land. For each Christmas tree harvested, two or three are replanted to continue this cycle.

Read more about Christmas trees on the National Christmas Tree Association website.

Caring for Your Tree

For maximum beauty and safety, mount your tree in a water-holding stand and add plenty of water every day. A fresh, well-watered tree is less likely to burn. Place the tree away from heat outlets, and inspect your lights for damaged cords and sockets. Please also remember to turn off your Christmas tree lights when you leave the house.

About Cottonwood Farms

Bob and Amy both grew up around agriculture. Bob's family were in Colorado since the 1850’s where members of his family owned farms in the area. Bob and Amy were involved in farming while working other jobs and raising their family. They are both interested in introducing children to a real farm experience, as many children do not have this opportunity in their life. We try to keep your experience at the farm focused on the harvest, the equipment and the animals found on a real farm. We try to make it fun for the whole family, while we sell our pumpkins and produce.