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Once Upon a Christmas Tree Farm

U-Pick Flower & Christmas Tree Farm

At Once Upon A Christmas Tree Farm, our mission is to get families outside together creating memories and building traditions. Not only that, we want folks from all over Utah to come out and recharge. Our farm is a place of peace and serenity for Utahans to escape the busyness of the real world.

We sell pre-cut Christmas trees while our hand planted u-cut trees grow (u-cut ready in 2030). We have about 11 acres dedicated to Christmas trees and plant about 1200 baby trees each year. We are currently growing Concolor Fir, Nordmann Fir, and Turkish Fir. We are a Christmas destination for families to find their perfect tree while enjoying a hot chocolate and southern food. Of course, there will be Santa, fire pits, and more.

Next is our flowers, which are grown on more than an acre. We have created multiple fields from poppies to sunflowers to cut flowers. There are thousands of u-pick flowers including zinnias, dahlias, sunflowers, and more. We will host events such as “Picnic in the Poppies”, u-pick flower experiences, and opportunities for photographers to use any or all our fields.

Our farm is named after a Dolly Parton Christmas album. Dolly is a huge inspiration to Jaems and you can find nods to Dolly throughout the farm. Like Dolly, Bryan and Jaems were born and raised in Tennessee. Our goal is to bring some of that southern hospitality to Utah.

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Tremonton, Utah

  • 5695 W 6400 N
  • Tremonton, Utah 84337
  • 435-557-0006

Bryan and Jaems

Once Upon A Christmas Tree Farm began back in 2008 when we visited our first u-cut Christmas tree farm while stationed in Mississippi. It was an amazing memory and planted a seed that grew into a dream of owning our very own Christmas tree farm. Oh, and not to mention, we are those people who really, really love Christmas!

Flowers were never part of the farm dream, but who doesn’t love flowers. Jaems and her father share a special bond with growing flowers, so it was a natural addition to our operation.