We give thanks to all of our friends and farm fans for another wonderful Christmas Season. It’s our great pleasure to help make Christmas bright by growing Christmas Trees and having each of you come out to visit our small, family farm. We are now closed for the season.
We deeply appreciate your patronage and hope that you remember your visit here with fondness, the experience of finding your perfect Christmas Tree, and the evergreen-scented air. Our very best wishes to all of you for a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The Nicholson Family
Luckily, Santa will find fortification – cookies and milk waiting for him near Christmas Tree – and lots of crunchy carrots for his hungry Reindeer, too!
Are you prepared for Santa? What kind of cookies does he like best? And do Reindeer like mini carrots or the big ones?
THE PROBLEM: The young lady was driving a very sporty Porsche convertible.
Usually, we’re happy to help tie your Christmas Tree to the roof of your car, SUV or minivan, or load it into your van or pickup.But Porsche convertibles are an entirely different matter because we can’t tie the tree to the roof. Now necessity being the Mother if Invention, creative thinking just had to come into play.
THE SOLUTION: Drop the top! That’s right, top down on this brisk but sunny December day was the way to go! We loaded the young lady’s Christmas Tree into the passenger seat of her Porsche, and everyone is happy!
We wished her a very Merry Christmas and off she went! And we bet she and her “passenger” turned more than a few heads on the way home!
Did we mention free candy canes, hay rides and toasted marshmallows, too?
We’ve heard from more than a few elves that our small family farm can be a fun and magical experience, qualifying for the North Pole Seal of Approval 🙂 We hope you think so too!
Now a quick word about fashion here at the farm…..
Notice the layered lumberjack look overlaid with a gray knit sweater that keeps little ones toasty warm. Her jet black leggings pick up the color of the plaid, topping it off with another adorable plaid hat that keeps her crown cozy, yet lets her golden locks shine through.
Now a word about footwear … she’s sporting a pair of sturdy lace-up shooties with just enough sparkle to make her visit here even more fashionable and fun!
Following this little angel’s farm fashionista advice is a best practice for kids of all ages, parents too!
You’re invited to come on out to Hidden Pond and create some sweet Christmas memories (and adorable pix!) that last a lifetime!
Hidden Pond’s own Emma Nicholson has a special place in her heart for “tiny trees” – just for kids! For the first time this year, Tiny Trees are available at the farm so younger family members can finally have a Christmas Tree for their very own.
The inspiration for the new offering came from a family tradition, as each Christmas, Emma was allowed to select her own tiny tree for her room, decorating it with a style all her own.
After winning the First Place Prize in the 2016 New Jersey Christmas Tree Growers Association’s Tabletop Division, family farmer Emma wanted other kids to enjoy “Tiny Trees”, too. So after asking dad, Chris, if Hidden Pond could create a new offering of Tiny Trees, it was a go!
If you’d like to add a Tiny Tree to your home – just for kids – be sure to ask when you come out to the farm!
If adding a Tiny Tree to your child’s room, be sure to keep it well watered, and place it away from the bedroom door and any heat source.
PS – We’re pleased to share Emma’s winning idea as featured in Gardener News below – just mouseover the link to read the PDF of the article:HP Chris and Emma Nicholson Article Gardner News Dec 2016