Keris Tree Farm and Christmas Shop

  (Allentown, New Jersey)
A Real Tree for a Real Christmas!
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Fraser Fir's are here!

Our Fraser Fir's have arrived! Every year we carry a selection of pre-cut Fraser Firs from North Carolina. They are native to north eastern mountain areas and the Appalachian region. This is precisely the reason we bring them in from out of state. These trees are beautiful, long lasting and have soft, short needles. They are known for their fragrance and strong limbs, perfect for hanging ornaments! 

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Thanks for Keeping NJ Green (Opening Day at Keris Tree Farm & Christmas Shop)

Thanks for keeping NJ green and for a great opening day at Keris Tree Farm & Christmas Shop in Allentown, New Jersey.
Thanks to our wonderful customers who visit year after year we are able to continue our family tradition and help you begin new ones 
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Keris Tree Farm and Christmas Shop is Opening November 22nd!

Join us Saturday, November 22nd for opening day at Keris Tree Farm & Christmas Shop. We are open daily 8 AM- 5 PM through December 24th.

We are family run and celebrating our farm's 19th season. Choose & cut your own tree. We grow a variety of evergreens including: douglas fir, white pine, blue spruce, norway spruce and concolor fir. Tag your tree early this year and visit our shop.

Our Christmas shop carries many handmade items that are made in the USA including balsam pillows and handcrafted Santa's. You will find a wonderful selection of original ornaments and gifts. 

Check back for event listings for our Family Day Weekends the first two weekends in December and our new website www.keristreefarm.com!

Thank you for supporting family farming in New Jersey. Have a safe and Happy Holiday season. Merry Christmas!  Hope to see you at the farm!

 

 

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