These custom-made wreaths and garlands are part of the incredible Christmas decorating items that we sell to help you fill your home with holiday spirit. They’re all special order. Please drop us a line or call us to find out more or to place an order.
The 2018 Christmas season is right around the corner and we are getting ready for our biggest year ever. Here’s what we’re working on.
Benefit Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, November 17 & 18, 2018.
We open each morning at 10 AM. Come “Make and Take,” a wreath or grave blanket and benefit New Jersey Farmers Against Hunger (NJFAH.) The $25.00 fee to “Make and Take” a Wreath or Grave Blanket includes all fresh greens and frames, ribbon, decorations, etc. and a professional designer to help you make your own. Fifteen dollars, or more, is donated to NJFAH
Perfect Christmas Tree Farm donates $5.00 for every tree sold that weekend to NJFAH.
- Open Fields to choose and harvest your Christmas tree
- Mrs. Claus tells stories and plays games. Free gifts and refreshments. Photo opportunities. Make memories.
- Christmas Store Open
Grand Opening Weekend:
- Black Friday, November 23, 2018
- Open 7 days a week
- Monday-Saturday, 10 am to 8 pm
Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm
Season Saturday & Sunday Features:
- Mrs. Claus & free gifts and refreshments
- Christmas Store
Sunday, December 23, 2018
The farm is tucked away from the crowds and congestion of busy US 22 but has a convenient entrance and parking at 999 US Highway 22, Lopatcong Township, Phillipsburg, NJ.
GPS may try to take you off US Route 57, under a railroad trestle, around a dangerous curve onto our property. Safer to approach the farm from the westbound lane of US Highway 22. Look for the large Perfect Christmas Tree Farm sign in the westbound lane.
Join us for our Early Opening Weekend this Saturday and Sunday, November 18th and 19th, 2017. We will open each morning at 10:00 am.
- Benefit For New Jersey Farmers Against Hunger (donate $20.00 for every wreath or grave blanket in “Make and Take.” Donate $5.00 for every tree sold, this weekend)
- Nov. 18 & 19 10 am to 4 pm, Sat & Sun
- Store Open
- Fields Open for Choose and Cut
- Mrs. Claus (free, stories, treats, photo op, etc.)
- “Make & Take Wreaths & Grave Blankets,” (all supplies provided.)
- Grand Opening Black Friday, Nov. 25, 2017
- Open 7 days a week
- Mon – Sat 10 am to 8 pm
- Sunday 10 am to 6 pm
- Until Sat. Dec 23, 2017
Perfect Christmas Tree Farm is one of 14 historic homes and sites on a tour organized by the Pohatcong History & Heritage Society. www.pohatconghistory.com
Explore an eclectic mix of stone and clapboard structures from the 18th and 19th Centuries. Docents at each property gladly share their knowledge of area history, architecture and local lore. See farming, textiles and historic collections. On this, the 23rd continuous year of the tour, two historic churches add history and hospitality during the daylong event.
Advance tickets cost $20 per person. Tickets purchased the day of the tour are $25 each.
Come celebrate beautiful autumn in picturesque southwestern Warren County, New Jersey. Customize your self-guided tour by choosing from easily accessible home sites, historic buildings, and vineyards while also exploring the hidden treasures, spectacular fall foliage and the backcountry roads of this beautiful area.
Proceeds from the tour benefit the ongoing educational, environmental and preservation efforts of the Pohatcong History & Heritage Society, and its commitment to perpetuating our future by opening doors into our past.
We look forward to welcoming you into our historic homes on Saturday, October 21, 2017, from 10 AM to 5 PM.
The Pohatcong History & Heritage Society cordially invites you to come celebrate the beautiful fall season in picturesque southwestern Warren County, New Jersey at the 23rd Annual Tour of Historic Pohatcong Township on Saturday, October 21, 2017, from 10AM-5PM.
Take I-78 to exit 3. Make you way onto US H’way 22. Drive 2.4 miles to the farm at 999 US H’way 22, Phillipsburg NJ. Look for our sign.
Perfect Christmas Tree Farm is approximately 70 miles from New York City and Philadelphia, on the westbound lane of US H’way 22, minutes from I-78, two miles from Easton PA. Interstate I-78, I-95 and I-80 are close by, connecting Phillipsburg with the entire tri-state area.
We’re open daily from 10 AM to 8 PM except on Sunday when we close at 6:00 p.m. If you want to cut your own tree, you’ll need to get here by 4:00 p.m.
The farm is tucked away from the crowds and congestion of busy US 22 but has a convenient entrance and parking at 999 US 22, Lopatcong Township, Phillipsburg, NJ. Look for the large Perfect Christmas Tree Farm sign in the westbound lane.
If you get lost, just contact us by phone: 908-387-1225 or 908-763-1943; text at 908-763-1945 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Manhattan & The East
Take I-78 or US H’way 22 West. In Clinton, they become one highway. Coming into Phillipsburg they separate. Get onto US H’way 22 West. Take Exit 3. Our location is 2.4 miles on the right.
Take US H’way 22 East. Go 2.1 miles. You pass the farm on the left side of US H’way 22. Go to the 2nd traffic light. Make a legal U-turn onto US H’way 22 West. Go back 1.4 miles. Our location is on your right.
Go west on NJ Route 57. Around the 2-mile marker make a left turn at the traffic light onto County Route 519. Go to the 2nd traffic light and make a right onto US H’way 22 West. Go 1.4 miles. Our location is on your right.
For John and Cynthia Curtis, the owners of Perfect Christmas Tree Farm, it’s ‘tree love.’ This husband and wife team run the 40-acre farm together. He works the land, planting shaping and harvesting the trees.
John is a director on the board of NJ Christmas Tree Growers Association and past director of the National Christmas Tree Association. John won many of 1st prize ribbons in state-wide completion. His trees decorated the Governor’s Residence, Drumthwacket, in Princeton, the Southern Mansion in Cape May and many other historic buildings. He donates his trees to Churches wherever he lives, and has done so since the 1960’s.
Cynthia decorates the house and stocks the wreaths and garland and Christmas Shop. She creates special events and celebrations including Sukkot, a Jewish harvest holiday. She invites the community to a free dinner served in a Sukkah, for 7 nights starting sundown, Oct 4, 2017.
Cynthia is also a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader. When she invites the community in for a laugh, Perfect Christmas Tree Farm becomes the Funny Farm.
Perfect Christmas Tree Farm is a small part of the vast William Penn Land Grant of 1681. The historic piece of land has always been a farm. Before Christmas trees, beef cattle grazed here. Exotic evergreens that are rarely grown in NJ benefit from the farm’s loam soil that is rich in organic matter. Farmer John grows more than 40 varieties of Christmas trees.
Perfect Christmas Tree Farm considers all aspects of the Christmas tree business, from planting seedlings to recycling discarded trees after Christmas. Preserving the rich land and the historic house is the Curtis’ mission.
Get A Fresh Tree From The Grower
A Christmas tree farm is the only place you are sure the Christmas tree you select is fresh. At Perfect Christmas Tree Farm you have the choice of thousands of common and exotic Fir, Spruce and Pine trees.
Take a Hay Wagon ride out to our fields or walk across the covered bridge to find the perfect tree to harvest or choose a fresh, pre-cut, tree on display near the parking lot, or take a tree that is growing in a pot, which is perfect for children and seniors. Whatever your choice you get a written guarantee that your quality tree will keep its needles until the New Year.
See our Greens
We harvest our own greens. We make our own swags. We decorate our own wreaths. You can have one made to order. Our 75 ft rolls of garland are made with white pine or cedar or a combination of pine and cedar. We select the garland for freshness, so it looks good for the entire holiday. For no extra charge, we will dip your wreath, swag or garland in Wilt-pruf, an anti-transpirant, which protects greens against windburn.