Colder weather means Christmas tree season on Green Bluff

COLBERT, Wash. — The coming of colder weather doesn’t mean the fun stops on Green Bluff.

Instead of picking fruit on the trees, now’s the time to pick out a tree for Christmas!

Farms like Wildland Cooperative are making the transition into U-cut Christmas tree farms this season — and reservations start this Friday, Nov. 4.

You can also pre-order a Christmas wreath made with farm trimmings.

When you make your reservation, plan to come back to cut your tree between Friday, Nov. 25 and Sunday, Dec. 11.

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Most real Christmas trees are high in demand, so check the Green Bluff Growers website to see who’s growing trees and when you can reserve a time and date to cut your own.

This time of year also means lots of indoor food, drinks and shopping to stay warm on the Bluff!

Wildland Cooperative will have their market, winery and brewery open for winter hours every Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

See their website for more info.