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Are you searching for a Christmas Tree farm to cut down your real Christmas tree this year? You'll be happy to know the Northeast Ohio Christmas Tree Growers (NEOCTG) is a listing of the best Christmas Tree Farms in Northeast Ohio that offer Choose and Cut your own Christmas Trees. But, NEOCTG is also more than just a website. It is an organization of Christmas tree growers who share and learn from each other. They meet at each others farms throughout the year and share their best methods for producing a quality Christmas tree. NEOCTG members hope that you would support their group by visiting and making a tradition of visiting one of their farms every year and always finding a real tree to celebrate the Christmas Holiday. We sincerely wish everyone a truly happy Holiday Season and hope that we can add to the happiness with a day of family fun at one of our Christmas tree farms.

Twelve Tips for Visiting a Christmas Tree Farm

Written and Contributed by TRACY CLELAND First: Plan Ahead 1. Check out the Christmas tree farm ahead of time. The Christmas tree is the central decoration in many homes this time of year.  Although the real vs. artificial debate reigns supreme

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2019 New Members

We are happy to announce our new members for 2019.Thanks for supporting NEOCTG. The Treehouse – Frank and Dorae Kaminski – Medina County Rusty Oak Nursery – Kirk Cekada – Medina County Koch Christmas Tree Farms – Roger C. Koch

NEOCTG – October 1, 2017 Group Meeting

Thanks to Sugar Pines Farm for hosting the October Meeting for the NEOCTG. We were able to capture a group photo of Northeast Ohio Christmas tree farm owners.

NEOCTG 2018 Chili Luncheon

February 10, 2018. It was a cold day and a good time to enjoy a chili luncheon with fellow members of the Northeast Ohio Christmas Tree Growers. It’s been more than a few times that the group has met at

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The Family Real Christmas Tree Experience

So many people have grown up with artificial trees. The process of going out to purchase a choose and cut tree may be intimidating to some couples because it is new to them. As Christmas tree growers, we hear the

Christmas Tree Selection Guide

– Balsam Fir – Found throughout the Canadian Maritimes and remote parts of northern New England, this fir was the first plantation-grown Christmas tree in the Northeast. Its soft, dark green foliage, with flattened needles about three-quarters of an inch

Environmentally Friendly

If you are concerned about the environment, then make the environmentally friendly choice in Christmas Trees – a fresh, farm grown Real Christmas Tree. Real Christmas Trees are 100 percent biodegradable and can be recycled for a wide variety of

Real Tree Care

Make a fresh cut a minimum of one quarter inch off the base of the trunk before placing a tree in the stand. This opens the tree system so it can take up water. Immediately place your tree in the

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Christmas Tree Facts

Tree Facts: Real Trees are renewable, recyclable resource. Artificial trees contain non-biodegradable plastics and metals. Real Christmas Trees are grown in all 50 states. Most artificial trees are manufactured in Korea, Thailand or Hong Kong. There are about 1 million

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