2017 Season

November 18 & 19 - Gift Shop Open House 8am - 5pm

November 24 thru December 24 - Tree Farm and Gift Shop open daily 9am - 7pm

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FRESH HAND CRAFTED LIVE GREENS

Wreath
Wreath

We are proud to work on our tree farm 365 days a year to offer the finest quality hand crafted wreaths. All of our signature fresh evergreen wreaths made with Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, Cedar, Spruce, or White Pine, are handcrafted right here on our tree farm. Each wreath, swag, candy cane, and mantelpiece is decorated with waterproof velveteen bows and holly berries with a choice of red, burgundy, or choose from our selection of other colors and patterns for a custom bow. Each of our bows is hand crafted throughout the summer months to ensure the quality of the bow. Wreaths are also decorated with pinecones which are handpicked throughout the summer months with a selection of natural brown or frosted white.

Wreath

Fresh Garland

Garland is a mix of Balsam Fir, White Pine, Cedar, or Fraser Fir, wrapped onto a wire. Hand crafted pre-made lengths are available of 10’, 15’, or 25’, or call ahead to order a custom length.

Fresh Garland
Fresh Garland
 

SKYLA'S KISSINGBALLS

What is a Kissingball?

A Kissingball is a “super-sized” mistletoe that is approximately 12” in diameter. They are a great way to complement your porch, patio, or flower garden and can be hung by the wire provided from a ceiling or shepherd’s hook indoor or out.

Kissing Ball

Right: All the Kissingball bows I have made throughout the summer

 
Kissing Ball

A Note from Skyla:

“I had always taken an interest in my parent’s farm, and wanted to know what I could do to become more involved. In 2006 at the age of 9, an idea was presented to me from the Wisconsin Christmas Tree Association. I began making Kissingballs in the fall of 2006 reaching the goal of 45 and with my profit, began to save for college. Before I knew it, the Kissingballs became a hot seller in north-eastern Wisconsin and my numbers grew every year. Now, this past season, I sold 300 Kissingballs and have completely paid for college. I am currently attending UW Green Bay as a Sophomore where I am majoring in Marketing and minoring in Graphic Design. As I have now learned every aspect of the business, I hope to take what I have learned back to the tree farm and eventually take it over. I also hope to expand my Kissingball business by going wholesale. I also want to say thank you to all my past customers for your support. Without your loyalty, I could not have gotten as far as I have. Thank you and God Bless.”

Kissing Ball