Drysdale Tree Farms has been a pioneer in Christmas tree
plantations and harvest techniques since 1945, and constantly
upgrading our farms production needs producing healthy product
as a leader in our industry.
Christmas tree plantations are environmentally sound and
benefits are far reaching beyond in the farming community.
Christmas trees are lined out in fields as seedlings and are
left to mature to 10 year old plants when harvest begins.
In that time those plants are providing a nature habitat for
wildlife, helping with soil retention, and each acre of Christmas
trees provides oxygen for 18 people, constantly cleaning and
renewing the air we breath. At Drysdale, we are ever conscious
of the needs of the environment and the impact on the eco
system. Planting species that are as insect and disease tolerate
as possible, and zoned for our growing conditions, thus reducing
and eliminating the needs for chemical enhancement and irrigation.
Harvest of either Christmas trees or landscape trees, both
providing renewable resources. Landscape trees are planted
commercially or residentially providing benefits greater than
just esthetically pleasing, helping our environment today
and long after our lifetime has ended, providing the positive
impact and enjoyment of trees for future generations.
Christmas trees provide many obvious benefits while growing
in the plantation, then enhancing your home and holidays for
up to 16 weeks, and continuing on after their yuletide service
is complete. Christmas trees can be placed in the yard providing
sanctuary and feeding stations for birds. Christmas trees
can be used to shelter tender shrubs and plants during winter's
harshest times, and then mulched into the garden or onto pathways.
Christmas trees, always a reusable resource.