Woodsedge Tree Farm

About Our Christmas Tree Farm


Woodsedge Tree Farm includes 75 acres of fields, forests, wetlands and streams in the scenic Skylands of central Warren County. Many species of wildlife abound on the farm. Our farm was permanently preserved by the NJ State Agricultural Development Committee and the Ridge & Valley Conservancy in 2006.

In 2004 Christmas tree planting began. We now have about 6 acres of trees in various stages of growth. 2016 marks our seventh year for sales. We have about 500 trees available in the 5'-10' size range. We will have 3 fields open for "choose & cut" sales. We have "tree wheelers" available for you to bring your tree back to the barn or we can ferry it for you with our utility vehicle. We have added a tree drill and now sell pin-type stands for a perfectly straight tree. We now have a "tree shaker" which will shake off any dead needles, grass or bugs and ensure you have a clean tree to bring into your home.
 
Tree species that we have for 2016 include Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, Canaan Fir, Concolor Fir, Norway Spruce, White Pine, Colorado Blue Spruce and several other species.

On our farm we also raise honey bees that produce all natural honey. We  have raw honey and beeswax soap for sale in the Christmas Barn.

We again will have some handmade wooden crafts all made from trees from our farm. Choose from birdhouses, turned wooden ornaments, cutting boards and wooden bowls.

We provide free hot chocolate and cookies in the Christmas Barn while you warm up by the wood stove.



                                         Christmas Barn                                                                       Bee Hives "Supered Up" at the Farm

 


Woodsedge Tree Farm
Tim and Miriam Dunne
118 Beechwood Rd
Belvidere (White Township) NJ 07823
908-763-9920 cell
908-453-2818 home
woodsedgetreefarm@gmail.com

Hours we are open: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or by arrangement

Open for the 2016 season beginning Friday November 25th



Map and Directions  
We are located in Central Warren County, between Routes 80 and 78, just off of Route 46, a few miles from the Delaware River. We are about 1 mile from Hot Dog Johnnies!

From Route 80 take exit 12 and go south towards Hope. Go through the 4-way stop at Hope and proceed on  Route 519 south. Take 519 south to Route 46. Turn left and head east on Route 46 for 1 mile. Turn left onto Greenpond Rd. and go 1/4 mile to Beechwood Rd. Turn right onto Beechwood Rd. and proceed 1/2 mile to the farm on your left.

From Route 78 take exit 17 and go north on Route 31 for approximately 20 miles. At the "T" intersection with Route 46 turn left and head west on Rt. 46 for 1/4 mile. Turn right onto Greenpond Rd. and go 1/4 mile to Beechwood Rd. Turn right onto Beechwood Rd. and proceed 1/2 mile to the farm on your left.







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