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Purchase one of our stands and we'll mount it for a small fee. In addition to their older brother George, the three make up the third generation of family members running the Twin Pond Farm business with locations on Route 9 and Adelphia Rd.

About Us In 1963, the Howell family began planting Christmas trees to raise money to send their 7 children to college.

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Warm up inside the Red Shed and enjoy concessions, restrooms and Midwest products for purchase. Their mother, Stacy Williams, said they've come before to pick out and chop down their own tree from the family-owned farm.

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We like to see families come in and have their family time together. The Howell Tree Farm near Cumming has about 40,000 trees and 40 acres of land.

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Show Thumbnails. Chris said something that sets Twin Pond apart from its competition is that the things they sell are all locally grown. A machine is used at Howell Tree Farm to net Christmas trees so they're easier to get it home. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.

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This one-stop-shop will cut, shake, bale, and load your tree. Workers at the Howell Tree Farm near Cumming prepare a Christmas tree so its new owners can take it home to enjoy.

howell tree farm halloween bulletin

Opening Day 7 am - 5 pm Saturday before Thanksgiving. Now, over 50 years later, a third generation of Howells will grow up learning the tree-growing trade. Buy Photo. With each day that they serve the Howell community, Chris said it helps knowing that he is not only representing the town, but also following in the footsteps their grandfather Giacinto laid the groundwork more than 50 years ago.

All the kids helped plant, trim and weed the trees, then to cut and sell them seven years later. Harvest your own tree or pick from the fresh, pre-cut trees showcased in the barn. Nothing gets the holiday season started like getting your Christmas tree and the nostalgia that goes with it — hot cocoa, crackling fires and the jingle of sleigh bells.