Pine Brook Hollow Christmas

Tree Farm

 
 

Each year 35 million American families bring a real Christmas Tree into their homes to become a warm and growing part of their holiday celebration.

In 1842 Charles Minnegerode introduced the custom in Williamsburg, Virginia.  His tree was described as “splendidly decorated” with strings of popcorn, gilded nuts, and lighted candles.  The 14th president of the United States, Franklin Pierce, was the first president to set up a Christmas Tree in the White House.

The enduring tree symbol remains a firmly established part of our holiday customs, engaging not only our senses of sight, touch and smell, but also our sense of family, spirit and tradition.

The Umlauf Family and the employees of Pine Brook Hollow Tree Farm wish you a wonderful Holiday Season! 

The Real Tree Tradition...