2022 Schedule

It may still feel like summertime, but the days are getting shorter, kids are heading back to school, and up at the North Pole, the countdown is starting for Christmas!

A backlit Christmas Tree grows in a field.

We love fall at the farm, especially because it’s time to plan to welcome everyone back for another tree season. This year, Tilden Lane Farm will be open on the following weekends:

Saturday, November 26
Sunday, November 27

Saturday, December 3
Sunday, December 4

Saturday, December 10
Sunday, December 11

Our hours remain the same – 9 am to 3 pm.

For 2022, trees are priced at $80 and up. Jeanne’s fresh handcrafted wreaths are $40. As in the past, we accept cash or check – we do not accept cards.

Due to the overwhelming popularity of our cut-your-own trees, we strongly recommend you visit us on Saturday 11/26 if you wish to cut your own tree, in order to have the best selection. We cannot guarantee availability after this date. We will also have our selection of pre-cut trees in multiple varieties.

Our focus throughout each spring and summer remains on planting new fields of Christmas trees. Look around the farm and you’ll see blocks of fir and spruce seedlings growing- they take from five to seven years to reach a salable height, and Mother Nature can’t be rushed! Along with the new tree blocks, our reestablished strawberry bed and our vegetable farming partner, and our beehives, we are committed to the future of Tilden Lane Farm. Once again this year, we have farm produced honey available. We were fortunate to have another year of great honey production and if it’s a warm day you may be able to see some of the bees at work. Ask one of our “branch managers” to show you the hives!

We are still being mindful of health precautions: we have hand sanitizer available and clean our hand saws between each use. If you are not feeling well or have tested positive for Covid, please stay home for the safety of everyone. Due to New York State regulations, we unfortunately cannot allow dogs on the farm; we will miss seeing your furry friends but please leave them at home!

We are very glad to be able to welcome you back to the Farm for another Christmas season and we look forward to seeing you all in a few short months!