Rinas Christmas Trees
As you enter our farm you are driving down one of the Westover Drumlins left by the glaciers some 15,000 years ago. The thin soils over the dolomitic limestone have proven unsuitable for ploughing but ideal for growing trees. We used to have beef and dairy cattle. Then in 1979 we started planting Christmas Trees.
On weekends we have a hay wagon that is constantly making its way around to the edge of each field. You can bring your tree back to your car using this wagon or just go along for the ride.
We also have Ruth's Warm-up Shelter where on weekends, hot cider is available.
Claxton Fruit Cakes are also sold in support of the projects of Dundas Civitan Club.
Heinz The Reindeer Maker
Hilltop Blooms is also in the area. Be sure to check them out.
"PreCut Fraser Firs".
These are quality trees and are all individually displayed and now sale priced at $20.00. This has been a very popular addition to our farm.
We have a good selection of Scots and White Pine this season.
Spruce is by far the most numerous variety on our farm. Colorado Blue Spruce, Norway and White Spruce however please note that the 8 to 10 foot range is not available.
Please note: We do not have the setup for Debit cards.
We have tapered drill tree stands and the drill required for anyone that has this type of tree stand.
The selection of Fir (cut your own) is limited. The tall Fir we have in the fields tend to have issues with the bottom part of the tree, but the tops can make good christmas trees.
GPS coordinates N43 deg 19.394 W080 deg 08.121
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city.......Rockton ON street......... Sixth Concession W house number..........1762
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city.....Hamilton Ontario house number..........1762 street.........Concession 6 W
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