**NO ORDERS EXCEPTED AFTER 11/25/12**
We’ve partnered with one of the most well-respected, and finest tree farms in the Pacific Northwest, Windy Knolls Tree Farms, to bring you yet another innovative and revolutionary home service – Home Christmas Tree Delivery.
No more muddy and sometimes miserable U-Cut farms
No more sap on the top of that brand new car you just bought last summer
No more Saturdays spent in the rain looking for that Perfect Tree
No more “Fresh” trees where the needles fall off a couple days later
No more frustrating tree stand set ups
Pacific Northwest tree farms are famous for the high quality Christmas Trees they turn out year after year. Just how famous are NW Tree farms? Christmas tree farms located in Washington and Oregon are responsible for about 80% of the worlds Christmas trees! Windy Knolls Tree Farms earned their amazing reputation in the mid 80’s by growing the tree used in the White House. Since then, they have grown in the number of farms they operate (6), while maintaining unparalleled quality. They have won NUMEROUS blue ribbons in national and regional Christmas tree competitions for their trees. We here at Flemings are proud to have partnered with such a reputable tree farm, and are excited to offer not only the finest Christmas tree available, but the best Christmas tree experience around.
How it works
Scroll down to see our variety of tree offerings. When you find a species you like, click on the picture and you will be directed to the pricing guide for that tree. After you have chosen your desired tree and height of that tree give us a call to place your order. We will work with you on scheduling a delivery (we prefer you are home upon delivery), and place your order for the pickup (from the farm) closest to your delivery date.
Tree stands, lights and timers are also available for purchase. Please visit our products page for offerings and pricing.
The Noble Fir is deep green in color and has unusually lovely branch shape. Boughs of this tree are often made into fresh wreaths. Its branches are sturdy yet the needles are not too sharp to decorate easily. Like the Fraser Fir, the Noble's branches have good spacing between branches so it's easy to hang ornaments on them.
The Nordman is a new type of Christmas tree in America but has been used for many years in Europe, and is one of the most commonly grown Christmas tree species in Germany and Norway. Nordmans have beautiful soft shiny needles with a deep green color laid out in even rows on the twig. They are very durable so they last exceptionally well, usually keeping well into January. Because the branches are evenly spaced and very strong, they are perfect for showing off special large or heavy Christmas ornaments. This species will undoubtedly become one of the most sought after Christmas trees over time as word really gets out.
The Fraser Fir may be the perfect holiday tree. Its attractive 1" needles are silvery-green and soft to the touch. Because there is space between the branches, the Fraser is easier to decorate than some trees. The firm branches hold heavier ornaments. The trees grow to almost perfect shapes, and as long as the cut tree is kept properly watered, the Frasier Fir has excellent needle retention.
The Grand Fir has a glossy dark green color with needles that are 1 to 1 1/2 inches long. This tree is soft to the touch and may not be able to hold heavier ornaments. It's a pretty tree that grows as high as 300 feet and it's becoming more popular for homes.