Location
755 Forty Foot Rd.
Hatfield, PA 19440
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Retail Lot Hours
From the day after Thanksgiving until December 24.
Monday-Friday 1:00PM-8:00PM
Saturday 9:00AM-5:00PM
Closed Sunday

Choose-and-Cut Hours
Monday-Friday 1:00PM-5:00PM (dusk)
Saturday 9:00AM-5:00PM
Closed Sunday

Contact us
(215) 368-4542
info@hagueschristmastrees.com

Hi, and welcome to Hague's Christmas Trees! We are a grower and retailer of fresh cut and choose and cut Christmas trees, wreaths and greens in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. We are a family business primarily focusing on retail sales. We hope you find our site friendly and informative. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

New 1st Place Wreaths
At the winter meeting of the PA Christmas Tree Growers, we won first place in the decorated and undecorated categories wreath contest. We are now eligible to compete at the National Christmas Tree Association contest in July 2014.

Choose and Cut Christmas Trees
This year we have a fine selection of trees for you to cut yourself here in Hatfield. There are many well-shaped Scotch pine and white spruce as well as white pine and a few Douglas fir. For those looking for a heavier branched tree for those heavy ornaments, we have a number of Austrian pine of good size (6 to 9 feet tall.) We provide a saw for you to do the cutting as well as a cart to bring in the tree. You provide the enthusiasm and possibly a camera to record your family experience "on the farm."

Classes
Hague's Christmas Trees offers classes in how to make Christmas decorations. Each class for adults will be in our wreath barn.

State and National Awards
In 2012, we've won awards for our wreaths at the state and national level.

Trees for Troops
Hague's Christmas Trees is a proud supporter of Trees for Troops, a cooperative effort by hundreds of Christmas tree growers, real tree customers, and FedEx shippers in dozens of states who have sent thousands of real Christmas trees to U. S. troops both stateside and in 15 countries since 2005. Trees for Troops is sponsored by Christmas Spirit Foundation.

Christmas Tree Owner's Manual
So, what's the best way to care for a real Christmas tree so it'll last into the new year? Find out here.



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