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Friday, December 18, 2015

Christmas Traditions - Cut Your Omemee Christmas Tree!

Fresh Christmas Trees - Great Omemee Tradition Continues! 

This is Potash Creek Farms 8th year offering cut-your-own Christmas trees, fresh handmade wreaths, handmade Christmas crafts and more.  Potash Creek Farms offers more each year for visitors - Have you seen their Cozy Shack this year?
image 2015 Cut Your Own Omemee Christmas Trees - Potash Creek Farms Poster
Potash Creek Farms 2015 Poster -Click for Larger image
See poster details in print below.

 Potash Creek Farms has lots of trees available including:

  •  Spruce, 
  • Scotch pine and 
  • Pre-cut balsam fir. 
They  have many trees in the 6 – 7 foot range, as well as, some large wild trees up to and over 20 feet tall!
Check out this beautiful decorated Potash Creek Farms Spruce sent in by a happy visitor!
image 2015 Decorated Christmas Tree - Omemee Potash Creek Farms Spruce
Potash Creek Farms  Omemee- 2015 Christmas Tree Decorated
Here's a note from Dan and his family:

If you have already started a tradition with us, we thank you and look forward to seeing you again. We hope you enjoy watching our farm grow!
Remember to visit our "Cozy Shack" where you can have a rest and browse our gift store after harvesting your tree. There will be lots of warmth around our newly installed wood stove. Or, if you are not able to walk the fields... have a seat and enjoy some hot chocolate or apple cider while the rest of the family does the tree hunting.
You can get to our website for more details about what we offer and view some pictures of our farm, here:

Potash Creek Farms 2015 Poster Details:

Trees start at $35 (HST included) for cut-your-own (spruce and pine)
Call for price and availability of pre-cut trees.
Our Christmas trees are raised with an environmental conscience, allowing them to grow in a very natural environment with minimal pruning.
You will find trees that are very traditional and wild, to those with a more refined shape.
Harvesting your own tree is a great family tradition and a great way to get out and enjoy winter.
Our trees are also pesticide and herbicide free.
Complimentary hot drink Sit by the fire in our Cozy Shack
Browse the unique, locally handcrafted gifts
400 Grassy Rd., Omemee – Just North of Hwy. 7
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