Treats and trees

Red Door Farm hosts Christmas market throughout holiday season

South Surrey's Red Door Farm has set up a holiday cottage for visitors coming to the farm for a Christmas tree.

Red Door Farm has a holiday treat for people stopping by to pick out a fresh tree this holiday season.

The family-run Christmas tree farm, located at 22025 26 Ave., will feature a vintage Christmas cottage, lined with hand-made gifts, for people looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the holidays.

The cottage, tucked away in the cedar trees that line the farm, is also chock-full of goodies, including Scottish shortbread, biscotti, fruitcakes, fresh eggs, tangy chutney and herbs – all harvested from the farm.

And for those stopping by the farm to pick up a tree to add to their holiday decor, the farm offers saws to cut down a medium-sized, unsprayed trees to take home.

If taking a real tree home isn’t an option, there are also fresh evergreen wreaths, boughs, holly sprigs and small potted plants.

The farm is open Nov. 26 and 27, Saturdays and Sundays in December until Dec. 18, and Dec. 19-24 by appointment. Cash sales only.

 

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