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Where to Buy Real Christmas Trees in Edmonton 

Where to Buy Real Christmas Trees in Edmonton

Beyond deciding what presents to give and planning adventures and escapades, buying a Christmas tree is another thing that’s on the top of people’s to-do list this holiday season. 

Picking the best tree for your home will, of course, still be based on your preference. However, if you want to buy a real Christmas tree, here are the best places to pick them. 

1. Gouldson Tree Farm 

Gouldson Tree Farm

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Address57312 Range Rd 261, Alcomdale, AB T0G 0A0, Canada
Operating HoursSaturday (seasonally) 10 AM - Dusk
Christmas Tree Prices• 8 feet tall - $60

• 9 feet tall - $70

• 10 feet tall - $80

• 11 feet tall - $90

• 12 feet tall - $100

The Gouldson Tree Farm is a nice starting point if you just want to walk around and see if a tree will pique your interest. On this tree farm, you can cut your own Christmas tree. 

However, their tree selection for Christmas is a bit limited, so if you’re looking for a particular tree that suits all the standards you have, this might not be the best store for you. 

Since you have to cut the tree on your own, they’ll lend you a sleigh and a saw. Afterward, you can go out on the fields to pick the tree you want. 

All trees under eight feet tall are $60. If it’s taller than that, each foot is worth $10. 

While waiting for the tree to get sorted, you can sip a hot cup of chocolate or enjoy some marshmallows and candy canes by the fire pit. 

Aside from their seasonal offers, you can also select landscaping trees for your property. 

Due to weather and demand, all trees and stocks can change throughout the season. If you drive out there without contacting them, you might come home without the tree you want. 

We suggest that you call the farm before you visit. This is to ensure they still have supplies and are open when you drop by. 

2. Kiwanis Christmas Tree Lot 

Kiwanis Christmas Tree Lot

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Address113 65 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6H 2V8, Canada
Operating HoursMonday - Friday (seasonally) 12 PM - 9 PM

Saturday - Sunday (seasonally) 10 AM - 7 PM

Christmas Tree Prices• Small Douglas Fir - starts at $20

• Large Balsam Fir - starts at $125

• Tree Set Up (over 8 feet tall) - $50

• Tree Set Up (below 8 feet tall) - $35

Christmas is truly the time for sharing and giving! Kiwanis Christmas Tree Lot is an event held by the Kiwanis Club of South Edmonton every year. 

The proceeds from the Christmas tree lot will help fund various community activities, including Los Altos Pet Parade, Camp HeHoHa, Terrific Kids, Kiwanis Safety City, Kiwanis Special Games, and Reading Fundamental. 

In addition to that, Kiwanis Club supports physically and mentally challenged children and other community organizations. 

This annual fundraiser has been in operation for over 70 years. It’s usually held late in November until Christmas or until the trees run out. 

They offer pre-cut evergreen conifer species like Douglas Fir and Balsam Fir, which are typically 7 to 8 feet tall. However, you can still pre-order Fir trees over 9 to 11 feet tall if you want. 

Aside from Christmas trees, they also offer tree stands, wreaths, garlands, centerpieces, accessories, and handmade decors. 

3. Creekside Home and Garden 

Creekside Home and Garden

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Address51530 Winterburn Rd NW, Spruce Grove, AB T7Y 1A9, Canada
Operating HoursMonday - Saturday 9 AM - 5 PM
Christmas Tree PricesPrices depend on stocks’ availability

Creekside Home and Garden is a production and retail center established in 2002. It’s open throughout the year and also offers seasonal produce and products. 

They sell annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees, houseplants, fruits, seeds, bulbs, vegetables, and more. 

They also have a section particularly dedicated to Christmas! By mid-November, you’ll be able to see the greenhouse filled with red, white, and pink poinsettias. 

Alternatively, you can shop for freshly cut Christmas trees in late November. Just note that the stocks are limited, so they may not be able to provide the specific size or variety you prefer. 

Lastly, don’t forget to visit their gift shop! Here you can find an array of jewelry, purses, clothing, gazing balls, and other gift ideas. 

4. Fir Ever Green Tree Farm 

Fir Ever Green Tree Farm

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AddressRange Rd 272, Falun, AB T0C 1H0, Canada
Operating HoursMonday - Sunday 9 AM - 5 PM
Christmas Tree PricesStarts at $80

Fir Ever Green Tree Farm is a “you choose, and you cut” type of tree farm, so Christmas tree picking can be a nice bonding activity you can do with your family. 

One thing we like about this tree farm is that you don’t need to bring your own saw because they’ll provide you with one. You can just go around and cut the tree you like. 

However, if you don’t want to cut the tree by yourself, you can try the other option they offer. Pre-cut Christmas trees are also available on the farm. 

You can choose from four varieties: Balsam Fir, White Spruce, Pine, and Colorado Blue Spruce. 

These trees are all wrapped up and ready to go. Moreover, you can also purchase homemade wreaths, tree stands, and homemade novelties at Fir Ever Green Tree Farm. 

Make sure to bring cash or cheque with you because these are the only modes of payment they accept. 

5. Salisbury Greenhouse 

Salisbury Greenhouse
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Address52337 Range Rd 232, Sherwood Park, AB T8B 1B8, Canada
Operating HoursMonday - Wednesday, Friday - Saturday 9 AM - 6 PM

Thursday 9 AM - 8 PM

Sunday 10 AM - 5 PM

Christmas Tree PricesPrices vary depending on species and size

Salisbury Greenhouse started as a simple hobby in a garage that grew into a thriving landscaping, gardening, and retail business. The greenhouse features an extensive collection of pre-cut and living Christmas trees. 

You can explore their pre-cut Christmas tree section if you prefer a fast and convenient tree choice. Alternatively, we recommend their living Christmas trees if you want a more sustainable option. 

Many people prefer to buy real Christmas trees because of their authentic look and aroma, plus they’re environmentally friendly. 

Living Christmas trees have intact root systems, so they can last year after year. With proper care, you can literally have them forever!

Just like any other houseplant, these living trees are potted. This means you can let them grow in your yard even after the holidays. 

Keep the tree well-watered. When you bring it inside, you have to slowly acclimate it to its temporary spot. 

You can do this by transferring the potted tree to your porch or garage for a few hours before taking it inside your home. 

If you’re done using the living tree as a Christmas tree, you also have to do the acclimation stage. After that, you can plant the tree in your backyard or keep it in its pot and re-pot it as it grows. 

6. Sherwood’s Forests Tree Farm 

Sherwood’s Forests Tree Farm
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Address50042 Range Rd 31, Warburg, AB T0C 2T0, Canada
Operating HoursWednesday - Saturday 8 AM - 5 PM

Sunday 12 PM - 5 PM

Christmas Tree Prices• Under 8 feet tall - $50

• 9 to 12 feet tall - $100

• Over 12 feet tall - $160

Sherwood’s Forests Tree Farm is a family-owned business that blossomed in 2003. It started as a simple hobby, and now they have an 80-acre (32-hectare) farm filled with conifers, ornamentals, and tree-bearing fruits. 

The Christmas tree species they offer are Colorado Spruce and various Pine and Fir varieties. 

If you prefer a thick and bushy Christmas tree, they recommend their pine varieties from North America. 

You see, the trees’ structures resemble a perfectly shaped cone. Moreover, you can easily hang ornaments and lights on these trees.

Alternatively, if you like a more natural-looking tree with well-spaced branches, you can opt for the pine species from Europe. 

These trees are your best pick if you love decorating in depth. You can also place larger and more ornaments in these tree varieties. 

Note that you have to bring your own saw to cut the tree you like and the delivery fee is quite expensive. 

They charge $150 per load for deliveries around the Edmonton Metro Area. If you decide to bring the tree home on your own, we recommend using a pickup or a car with roof rails to make things easier.