Picking out a Christmas tree has been a time-honored tradition for many and with Christmas less than a month away, the holiday season is officially here.
For those setting out to find the perfect tree this weekend look no further than Foxborough. We asked Foxborough Patch readers where they go in town to buy their trees.
Here is a list of some of the most popular places in town to buy a Christmas tree, according to our readers.
- Normandy Farms
- Sunlight Farms
- Lawton's Family Farm
- Indian Rock Farm
- Boy Scouts - Troop 7 is selling trees behind Town Hall. The Christmas tree sale begins on Saturday, Dec. 1 at 6 Central St. from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Trees start at $15.
And here is what some of Foxborough Patch's readers had to say about the places they go to buy their trees.
Joan Elder Costa: Sunlight Farm. Love the barn with wood burning stove and Christmas cookies and cocoa. Love to support a local business as well. Been getting our tree there for about nine years.
Michael Geary: Sunlight Farm on South Street is a great place to go!
Marc Muirhead: The Daniels Tree Farm on West Street. Especially if you like to cut your own!
Johnny Mitchell: Support Boy Scout Troop 7 up behind Town Hall.
Connie Blagden Wigmore: The Daniels Tree Farm across from Normandy Farms on West Street. Super nice family and you get to cut the trees down yourself!
Karen Casson Wheatley: We have been buying our tree at Sunlight Farm for 27 years. Headed there on Sunday.
Samantha Stowell Smith: Sunlight Farm. Such nice people!
Janet Pacitti: Love to go to Ray McKay’s Sunlight Farm on South Street. So friendly, kind, and helpful. They make a fresh cut, load it on your vehicle securely, while you go inside to enjoy hot chocolate while paying.
Laurie Magee: Indian Rock Farm on Granite Street. Great trees, great people.
Where do you pick up your tree? Do you have a family tradition of chopping it down or purchasing it at your favorite farm?
Tell us where you like to get your tree and why.