15 Places to Buy a Christmas Tree

It’s time to get the house ready for the holidays. The best way to start is with a fresh Christmas tree.

Whether you are cutting down your own or choosing from a lot, there are numerous business in the Hamptons that are ready to sell you a Christmas tree this year.  

1.  Shinnecock Hardware, Inc.

Located at 91 West Montauk Highway, Shinnecock Hardware will have a nice selection of Christmas trees, from Balsam firs to Fraser firs. For more information, call (631) 728-4602.

2. Hampton Nursery

Like it does every year, Hampton Nursery, located at 205 West Montauk Highway, is filling its garden with hundreds of Balsam and Fraser firs. Nursery workers are ready to strap the perfect tree to the family car. For more information call, (631) 728-1160.

3.  East Quogue Fire Department

To raise funds, the East Quogue Fire Department will hold its annual Christmas tree sale at its headquarters, Main Street, East Quogue, starting Dec. 1. For more information, call (631) 653-5101.

4.  Aspatuck Gardens

Aspatuck Gardens, located at 303 Montauk Highway in Westhampton Beach, has a large selection of top-quality, fresh cut Balsam and Fraser firs.  Not only will workers help pick out that perfect tree, but they will deliver it free of charge. For more information, call (631) 288-3222.

5. Lynch's Garden Center

With some 1,600 fresh-cut trees available, anyone will be sure to find the perfect tree at Lynch's Garden Center, 175 North Sea Road, Southampton.  For more information, call (631) 283-5515.

6. Joseph A. Hren Nurseries

Joseph A Hren Nurseries, 530 Montauk Highway, East Hampton has a large selection of premium Balsam and Fraser firs. Perfect for decorating. For more information, call (631) 324-0640.

7. Buckley's Flower Shop

Looking to buy a tree a wreath and some garland? Not only does Buckley's Flower Shop, located at 75 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, have a large selection of Christmas trees, but it has all sorts of greens to decorate with. For more information, call (631) 324-0966.

8. East Hampton Gardens

A Christmas tradition on the South Fork is heading over to East Hampton Gardens to sip on some hot cider and much on some holiday cookies while searching out the right tree.  Located at 16 Gingerbread Lane, East Hampton Gardens, has several hundred trees to choose from. For more information, call (631) 324-1133.

9. Christmas Shoppe at Bay Gardens

Family owned and operated, the Christmas Shoppe at Bay Gardens, 369 Montauk Highway, East Moriches, has been selling Christmas trees for years.  The premium trees range in price from $40 to $250. For more information, call (631) 909-4630.

10. The Laurel Group 

Located in Water Mill, the Laurel Group offers a great Christmas experience if you're going to be in the Southampton area. The lovely lights flickering as you walk around searching for the perfect tree and beautiful displays of garland and bows just exemplifies the season. Also the shop offers some live trees that are balled and ready to be planted after the holiday.

11. C. Whitmore Gardens

Located on Montuak Highway in Amagansett, C. Whitmore Gardens offers Fraser and Noble Firs, the former running in size from tabletop trees to 13-footers. The average six-to-seven foot Fraser runs $49.99, while a Noble Fir $89.99. Wreaths, garland, and more accessories are also available. Call 631-267-3182 for more information.

12. Southampton Elks

You can support the Southampton Elks on Route 39 by buying a tree during their annual drive. The group typically starts off with around 10,000 trees. For more information call 631-283-1574.

14. Sag Harbor Garden Center

With everything from lights to wreaths to trees, the Sag Harbor Garden Center offers Balsam, Fraser and Noble Fir trees for your living room, and is open until 5 p.m. on Saturdays on 3 p.m. on Sundays. Call 631-725-3345 for more information.

15. Small Potato Nursery

A smaller, hand-picked stock straight from Nova Scotia can be found tucked away off Route 27. Just look out for the Santa Claus waving you in. Read this blog post for more information.

Emily Bee December 01, 2012 at 10:43 PM
I got mine today at the Serene Green farm stand, 3980 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor. They just started selling trees this year, and are of very fine quality. $45. to $65. price range.
Penny December 02, 2012 at 12:23 AM
From the Diamond Brothers on Gingerbread Lane...a holiday tradition for us. The trees are reasonably priced, the guys are friendly & helpful. And, their trees "last". I am late this year but, most times I have mine up the day after Thanksgiving thru after New Year's. I keep it watered & there is minimal needles.
Jaguar-Guy December 02, 2012 at 01:01 PM
Lynch's always delivers - year after year - $29.
John Tepper Marlin December 02, 2012 at 05:04 PM
We are spending Christmas in New York City as we usually do. We have a nice Norfolk pine that is without ornaments 11 months a year and then around St. Nicholas Eve (December 5, Wednesday) gets decorated. On January 6 we take down the ornaments and put them away till the next year. Confession: When we had two small children, we purchased a throwaway tree every year. In the country, the tree can be burned in the fireplace, but in New York City it costs local taxpayers a substantial sum to dispose of all the trees in January. Btw, Santa Claus was invented in New York, via Clement Clark Moore (though his authorship of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas is contested by descendents of another New Yorker) and the caricaturist Thomas Nast, who brought Moore's St. Nick to life. Happy St. Nick's Day.
dawn December 02, 2012 at 05:22 PM
Great trees at Vermont Christmas Tree Stand on Toilsome/Gingerbread by the old Diamonds warehouse and Par East Mortgage. Stroll through the trees while listening to Christmas music!
christie nicolle December 02, 2012 at 07:46 PM
thank goodness they're still calling them "Christmas trees" not holiday trees... after all, the atheist mafia is out to take down Christmas worse, since their King Obama has trashed Christianity + American values... A happy Christmas this year? Don't think so, not till BO is long gone!
Jaguar-Guy December 03, 2012 at 10:59 AM
"Santa was invented in N.Y." - I disagree TOTALLY with this non-sense. Santa is based on St. Nicholas, a European Saint dating back to the 15th century. http://www.stnicholascenter.org/pages/origin-of-santa/
Dr. Sarah Alward December 03, 2012 at 01:00 PM
Don't forget the Kiwanas in Amagansett - I have bought trees there for several years and they are always beautiful and for a good cause. Got ours on Saturday and it is almost as round as it is tall - probably the prettiest tree we've ever had.
Katy Casey December 03, 2012 at 09:19 PM
whoa - easy there. Sounds like somebody needs an egg nog...
Dana Kalbacher December 03, 2012 at 09:40 PM
Never Ever burn your tree in a fireplace!! Safety First!
Lee Grimes December 04, 2012 at 03:33 PM
Hi all!!!! I'd like to mention remind everyone, especially Montauk residents- FORT POND NATIVE PLANTS has their annual stock of BEAUTIFUL Fresh Cut Fraser Fir Christmas trees, as well as a selection of container evergreens! Our trees have a very robust scent, and drop less needles than other varieties of cut options. We also offer a wide selection of holiday greens & wreaths, Poinsettias, Cyclamen, and our gift shop is chock full of unique gifts for everyone on your holiday shopping list! Don't forget- free delivery anywhere in Montauk!!! Open every day, with extended holiday hours, 8 am - 6 pm. Stop in today- we're at 26 South Embassy St. in Montauk, 631-668-6452. Happy Holidays everyone!!!


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