Cupola House Tree Farm sustainably grows 24,000 trees. In the years it takes a Christmas tree to grow, it cleans the air and provides for life. At Cupola House Tree Farm we promise that when you cut down your tree, we’ll plant a new one in its place. We believe the best thing a tree can be is your Christmas tree tree, that it’s natural beauty may glorify Christmas.
We have a wide variety of trees to choose from, each with a unique look and scent. Try a different kind each year or simply go with whatever tree speaks to you. We’re friendly farmers here to listen to what you’re looking for (or to avoid) in a tree and make a recommendation.
Fraser Fir Abies fraseri – Also grown are subspecies: Balsam Fir and Canaan Fir
Concolor (aka White) Fir Abies concolor
Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menziesii
Blue Spruce Picea pungens
Norway Spruce Picea abies
White Pine Pinus strobus
With little trees, big trees and in-between trees, you’ll find one that’s perfect for you!
They’re always bigger in your house than outside!
We plant our trees with a spacing between each other that is optimal for tree height of 6′-9′ at maturity. The vast majority of people want trees in this height range thus the trees are typically cut before exceeding 10 feet tall. There are trees 10′-12′ tall scattered around the farm for those who hunt for them. It’s difficult to say how the selection of taller trees is throughout the season. Really one needs to be on foot considering quality and height for themselves. Contact us in September or October and we can order a extra large tree for you from our Wisconsin farm buddies who have a patch of trees intentionally grown to be extra big premium trees.