History of the Farm
The farm was purchased in 1945 by John and Rose Moore. With the help of their 3 sons they raised chickens, and beef cattle. John also had an egg route in Akron where he sold eggs and produce door to door. In 1974 Harold (son) and LaVera Moore purchased the farm and continued to raise grains and cattle. In 1980 the first evergreens were planted and Moore’s Tree Farm was born. In 1992 Harold and LaVera’s five children and their spouses formed a family partnership. In 1993 a wind shear destroyed the barn thus ending the raising of cattle. In 1999, the first daylilies and hostas were planted where the barn was located.
Moore’s Tree Farm is a family own, 100 acre farm that specializes in growing Christmas trees, daylilies and hostas. Each year about 2000 evergreen seedlings are planted. After 7 to 10 years of growing, mowing, fertilizing, and trimming, families walk the trees with a tree sled and saw to find that “perfect” tree for their home. Fresh evergreen wreaths, swags, centerpieces, and roping are also available during the Christmas season
To protect the health and safety of our customers and employees, we will be sanitizing items that customers need to use, like handsaws, sleds, and restroom. Sanitizing stations will be available for frequent hand cleaning.
Masks need to cover the mouth and nose if social distancing is not possible. Our employees will wear masks and we will monitor temperatures daily.
If you are ill or have been exposed to someone with Covid-19, please stay home. Thanks for your understanding of these guidelines.
Most credit cards and digital pay accepted
Opening day November 27th at 9 AM
We are closed for the 2020 season.
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.