There's still time: Where you can buy your Christmas tree in Bucks County this season

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Dec. 25 is only a few weeks away, and if you’re a little behind on Christmas tree shopping, you’re in luck.

There are a number of places across Bucks County offering freshly cut trees this season.

Here’s a look at where you can buy a tree to decorate your home for the holidays.

Winterberry Christmas Tree Farm

The 51-year-old Pipersville farm on Stagecoach Road will be open each Friday, Saturday and Sunday through Dec. 19, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The owners invite customers to choose from Douglas, Fraser and Concolor fir trees, and you can leave the cutting to them.

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Winterberry Christmas Tree Farm accepts cash only, and customers can have their trees baled free of charge.

Jason Jason Toutkoushian, a Plumstead native and Central Bucks East graduate launched a business to get Christmas trees to those who can't shop for them.
Jason Jason Toutkoushian, a Plumstead native and Central Bucks East graduate launched a business to get Christmas trees to those who can't shop for them.

Colavita Christmas Tree Farm

For the atmosphere of an old-fashioned, country Christmas, you can check out the Colavita Christmas Tree Farm in Morrisville.

The Dolington Road farm is open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and also offers fresh and daily made wreaths in addition to different types of cut or balled trees.

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The farm will even deliver the tree and set it up in your home for an extra charge, and they offer to help remove it after the holidays, according to their website.

Dimmick and Sons Nursery

Travel up to Upper Bucks to visit the 100-acre farm in Historic Springfield Township to pick up a pre-cut Douglas fir tree. The farm accepts cash or check payments.

Located on Township Road, Dimmick and Sons Nursery is open Friday through Sunday this season from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Firefighter Jerry Hathaway of the Levittown Fire. Co. No. 2 in Levittown, completes wrapping a Douglas Fir Christmas tree for a customer, Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020.
Firefighter Jerry Hathaway of the Levittown Fire. Co. No. 2 in Levittown, completes wrapping a Douglas Fir Christmas tree for a customer, Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020.

Evergreenery Tree Farm

The Doylestown farm, which has been in business since 1985, offers acres of tree species including Norway Spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir, Canaan Fir and Leyland Cypress.

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The trees vary in sizes and grow up to 12 feet tall. Customers can choose their own tree and have it cut by a staff member.

You’ll want to plan for a weekend trip to Pebble Hill Road, as Evergreenery Tree Farm is only open Saturdays, weather permitting, through Dec. 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Firefighter Andrew Korhonen helps out in the selling of Christmas trees at the Levittown Fire. Co. No.2 in Levittown, on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020.
Firefighter Andrew Korhonen helps out in the selling of Christmas trees at the Levittown Fire. Co. No.2 in Levittown, on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020.

Twin Steeples Farm

Drop by this family-run farm in Pipersville on the weekends leading up to Christmas Eve from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Their selection of Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, Blue Spruce and Concolor Fir trees range from heights of 5 feet to 12 feet, and the owners will cut down the customers’ tree of choice.

There are also pre-cut trees available at the six-year-old Twin Steeples Farm, located on East Dark Hollow Road.

This article originally appeared on Bucks County Courier Times: Live Christmas trees: Here are a few Bucks County farms selling them

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