An organic Christmas tree!? Really? Yes! Most trees are sprayed with toxic chemicals. If you didn’t read my other post on why we buy an organic Christmas tree (and lead free Christmas lights) click here. The main driver is I didn’t want to bring a tree into our house that had been sprayed with pesticides and herbicides including Roundup (which is often used). Find organic Christmas Trees in your state below!
Our entire family touches the tree, we put our children’s non-toxic presents under the tree, and particles from the tree fall on our floors. These are all reasons I don’t want to bring a Christmas tree sprayed with chemicals into our home.
If you know of a Christmas tree farm that doesn’t use chemicals please let me know so I can add it to my list.
It’s so important to always verify information so please double check with these farms before you go.
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Organic Christmas Trees by State:
Below you will find organic or no-spray Christmas trees by state.
- Schnepf Farms – organic trees from Oregon brought to Arizona
- Silver Tip Tree Farm – grown organically, not certified but working towards certification
- Billy’s Farm – certified organic, will deliver for a fee up to 50 miles.
- Black Road Christmas Tree Farm – per my email with them, they are not certified organic, but their trees have not been treated with chemicals or pesticides.
- Hagle Tree Farm – organic practices, no spraying. U-cut in Southern California,
- Pioneer Tree Farm – website states organically grown and pruned by hand
- Miles’ Christmas Tree Farm (phone: 859-824-3727) – follows organic methods
- Klaus Christmas Trees – no spray, grown on site at a certified wildlife habitat.
Ben’s Christmas Tree Farm – organic farming practices, and all trees are pesticide-free. Watch for the correct signs as there is another Christmas tree farm nearby that is not organic.
- Celebration Tree Farm – website states organic – no chemical fertilizers or herbicides.
- Feezers Farms – website states organic (also states small amount of fertilizer used on roots when first planted then that is it)
- Environmental Evergreens – the owner stated grown organically and no chemicals, sprays, or fertilizers are used.
- Hope Still – USDA certified organic
- Natural Tree Farms – sells organic Christmas trees
- Addison-Oaks Christmas Tree Farm – organically grown, no spray
- Reverman Farms – they sell some trees that aren’t sprayed, some are. Please verify to know what you are getting.
- Long Island: Golden Earthworm Organic Farm – organically grown
Nana & Pap’s Christmas Tree Farm – no spray
- Misty Ridge Tree Farm – Woman owned Misty Ridge Tree farm in Oregon City. Also available for purchase at Blooming Junction Garden store in Cornelius, OR. No spray. Nordman/Turkish and Nobles.
- TGSA LLC, SHERIDAN OR 97378, 50 Miles SW of Portland OR, 503 383 6329. Call to confirm.
- Abers Acres – USDA certified organic
- Adam Parke Trees – website states no herbicide or pesticides are used
- Spring Hills Farm – U-Cut no chemicals per website. Pre-cut does not say no chemicals.
- WildWood Christmas Tree Farm – they don’t spray, they only use fertilizer
- Hope Christmas Tree Farm – they follow organic practices but are not certified
- Erin’s Farm – per a reader, they try to never spray, they do not use anything for pesticides or herbicides but this year (2020) they had to spray a few trees with a fungicide.
- Bois D’Arc Christmas Tree Farm – organically grown, no spray
- A-C Tree Farm – no spray or chemicals. They release lady bugs to help combat pests.
This is my home state so the list is much larger due to the amount of time I spent researching for our family. I go into more detail about each farm in my Organic Christmas Trees in Washington State post which you can find here.
- Buttonwood Tree Farm – certified organic and offers delivery
- Fall City Tree Farms – grown organically, no pesticides or herbicides used
- Misty Meadow Tree Farm – USDA certified organic
- Carnation Tree Farm – certified salmon safe, round up used on weeds around new seedlings but then after that no chemicals
- Riverview Tree Farm – organically grown
- Whose Organic Christmas Trees – grown organically, no chemicals used anywhere on their property.
- Sun Valley Christmas Trees – website states organic but not certified
Online Organic Christmas Trees:
- Silver Tip Tree Farm – grown organically and working on becoming certified organic. Order online and have them ship it to you. They sell out quickly so you want to pre-order.
- Christmas Trees Now – order online and they ship. According to my email with them, no spraying, herbicides, pesticides, or colorants are used on their trees.
- Another option for the adventurous is always getting a permit from the national forest service and getting your tree that way. It’s an inexpensive to get a Christmas tree but hike in and out to get your tree.
A live potted tree you can re-use yearly until it is too big to bring into your home.
Please let your friends know about organic Christmas tree farms near them. We need to support these farmers that are doing the right thing! If you know of a tree farm that is no spray please let me know so I can add them to this list.
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