Tree Information & Pricing

Little Bear Tree Farm is a resource responsible grower. Each Spring, 9,000 seedlings are planted – far in excess of the number cut during the season. During your visit, you will see that these Christmas trees create habitat for a wonderfully diverse variety of wildlife at Little Bear Tree Farm. For every acre of Christmas Trees planted, they will produce the daily oxygen requirement for 18 people!

You'll be content knowing that you have done something positive for your planet by purchasing your fresh cut Christmas Tree at Little Bear Tree Farm!

Besides Silver Tip (Red Fir) and White Fir trees, we carry a choice selection of pre-cut Noble and Nordmann Fir Trees.

Trees prices vary based upon the type of tree selected.

Silvertips (Red Fir) sell for $11.00 per foot (up to 10’), while White Fir and Cedar sell for $10.00 per foot (up to 10’). Other varieties of pre-cut trees will be priced as marked. Prices subject to change. Call or visit for the most current pricing.

Important Note: Only trees that are 5' or larger in size may be cut down. If you cut a smaller tree, you will be charged for a 5' tree. Please inquire for pricing if you are interested in a tree exceeding 10’. Tabletops (shorter trees) may be available pre-cut next to the gift shop.


Silvertip Trees

The Red Fir (aka Silvertip) is the most sought after type of Christmas Tree in California.

At Little Bear Tree Farm, we have a wide variety of these lovely trees. Here are a few tips to help you identify them:

• Needles range in color from a deep green to a bluish grey.

• Needles grow in a thick upright pattern, as shown above.

• The branches are typically red/orange in color.

• Open layering – the traditional German Christmas tree.

• Very strong branches

White Fir Tree at Little Bear Tree Farm

White Fir Trees

The White Fir is another very popular Christmas Tree in California. Little Bear Tree Farm has a nice variety of White Fir as well.

Follow these tips to help identify a White Fir while at the Farm:

• Needle color is typically a brighter green than that of a Silver Tip, as seen above.

• The needles tend to be thinner and more flat in appearance.

• White Fir trees will have a valley, or "V" in the middle.

• A citrus smell is present when the needle is broken.

• Beautifully layered and moderately dense.

• Strong sturdy branches