Real Christmas Trees Delaware Ohio

A Huge Selection of Fir, Spruce and Pine Trees

* Reservation required due to COVID-19 concerns
Trees

Trees

Greenery

Greenery

Directions

Directions

Cackler Farms Christmas Tree Species

Trees are priced by the species and by the foot, ranging from $7 to $11 per foot up to 9 feet tall. Trees 10 feet tall and over are priced at $15.00 per foot. For example, a 10 foot tree costs $114.00.
Blue Spruce

Blue Spruce

Also known as “Colorado Blue Spruce”. Medium in size, stiff needles and offers a wonderful grayish/blue color. Frequently used in landscaping.

$11.00

(per foot + tax)

Canaan Fir

Canaan Fir

What Cackler Farms is known for! Considered to be one of the best choices for freshness and needle retention. Soft needled, but firm branches giving its decorator unlimited possibilities.

$11.00

(per foot + tax)

Fraser Fir

Fraser Fir

Known for its dark blue-green color and often considered the “Cadillac of Christmas Trees”. Like the Canaan fir, it’s also a good choice for freshness and needle retention. Soft needled, but firm branches giving its decorator unlimited possibilities.

$11.00

(per foot + tax)

Norway Spruce

Norway Spruce

Ornamental tree with dark green needles, typically used in landscaping for wind or snow breaks. Prefers cool, moist climates.

$7.00

(per foot + tax)

White Pine

White Pine

Blue-green soft long needles, often very full.

$7.00

(per foot + tax)

Cackler Farms Process

The Cackler Farms Process

Make Your Reservation

Make Your Reservation

Due to COVID-19 a reservation is required for visiting the farm for the 2020 Holiday Season. Book today, they’ll fill FAST! Weekday & Weekends are available.
Visit the Farm

Make Your Visit to the Farm

When it’s your scheduled time to visit the farm, gather up the family and come choose your Christmas tree and / or pick up your decorative wreath.
Our Covid Response

Our Response to COVID-19

We’re excited to welcome you to the farm and we’ve made changes to ensure your health and safety. Click here for more information about our COVID-19 response.
Enjoy Your Holiday

Enjoy Your Holiday

From the Cackler Farms family to yours, we wish you the happiest and healthiest of holidays and look forward to seeing you again next year at Cackler Farms.

Welcome to Cackler Farms — Your “Choose & Cut” Christmas Tree Farm Destination

On our Christmas Tree Farm, you can find a wide range of beautiful trees to choose from including Blue Spruce, Canaan Fir, Fraser Fir, Norway Spruce and White Pine. You can also find greenery and one-of-a-kind, hand-made wreaths to decorate your home or office.
Saw & Sled

Saw & Sled

Saw and tree sleds for the complete “cut your own” experience.

No Gas-Powered Saws

No Gas-Powered Saws

Gas-powered saws are not permitted at Cackler Farms.

Leashed Pets

Leashed Pets

Leashed pets are always welcome to join in the fun at the farm.

Huge Selection of Christmas Trees
Tree Care Tips

Eight Tree Care Tips on Caring for a Real Christmas Tree

Saw a thin disk (1/2 to 1 inch) off the trunk
Saw a thin disk (1/2 to 1 inch) off the trunk prior to placing the tree in a water-holding stand.
Make the cut perpendicular to the axis of the stem
Make the cut perpendicular to the axis of the stem, NOT in a v-shape or at angles. The tree will “drink” its water through the layers between the bark and the wood. If you shave the bark off of the trunk the tree will not be able to absorb water.
Place the tree in its water-holding stand within two hours
Place the tree in its water-holding stand within two hours after making a cut to the trunk. When a tree is cut it will naturally form a seal of sap over its stump to keep moisture in the tree. You must break the seal to allow the tree to once again “drink” the water needed to keep it fresh throughout the holidays.
Your stand must be able to hold enough water for the size of the tree
Your stand must be able to hold enough water for the size of the tree. A good rule of thumb is a one-quart capacity for every inch of diameter of the trunk.
Water temperature
Water temperature makes no difference.
The most important thing is to maintain an adequate water level
The most important thing is to maintain an adequate water level. Consumers must decide if they want to use a product or substance in the tree’s water, but the Ohio Christmas Tree Association does not endorse any additives.
Check water levels often in the first few days
Check water levels often in the first few days. A tree will absorb the most water after it is recently cut and placed in water. It may drink as much as several quarts of water the first 24 hours the tree is in your house. It is not unusual for the rate of water absorption to slow down as the Christmas season progresses.
Share a picture
Take a picture of your decorated tree and post the picture on our Facebook page.