EST. 1983

Four Locations!

1. Park City Nursery
(4497 N Hwy 224)

2. Park City Tree Ranch
(2060 W Rasmussen Road)

3. Rite-Aid Parking Lot
(950 Ironhorse Drive)

4. Quarry Village
(Jeremy Ranch Exit)

We Know What Grows



Oh' Christmas Tree
In case you didn’t already know, Park City Nursery has been the traditional place for Christmas since 1983. We specialize in creating Christmas – the smell of fresh cut trees and greenery, scented candles and an open fire. Meander through our winter wonderland while you sip on free hot spiced cider and choose your family’s perfect tree!

Our christmas trees

TREE TYPE Branches How Fragrant Needle Retention Description
Frasier Fir Strong, Upright Branching Nice Scent, Medium Strong, Not Overwhelming Excellent, The Best Tapered and neat shape. Can be Very full to layed looking. Deep green needles w/silverish underside; Capable of lasting from Thanksgiving to New Years. Ornaments can hang in the middle of the tree
Grand Fir Thinner Branches, Bushy & Full Excellent Scent, The 'Most' Fragrant Variety of them all! Pungent Fir Smell fills the room…Classic Good to Excellent, can be tempramental-need enough water! 'The Bushiest' Variety, Sheared, Pyramidal Shape; Deep Green foliage with silver undersides; Ornaments sit on the out side and can be tucked in throughout the tree.
Noble Fir Strong, Layered Level Branching Excellent Scent, Very Frangrant, Classic 'Fir' Smell Good Tapered with varying styles from open branched look to fuller, sheared look,Deep Green Needles; Classic Christmas tree for displaying ornaments.
Nordman Medium Strong Branches, fairly close together, 'full' Nice Scent, Not a Strong Fragrance, Not Overwhelming Good Cross between a Fraser and a Grand. Deep green foliage with longer needles. Full
Alpine Fir Medium to Strong Branching, Very Layered Excellent Scent, One of the Most fragrant Trees, Classic Christmas Excellent, The Best Classic, Open Layered shape, Dark Green Needles; Great for decorations of all sizes; Available 14' and up!
Colorado Blue Spruce Very Strong, Layered Branching Good Scent, Medium Strong, Not Overwhelming Good Classic layered to Full look, Green to Blue foliage; Open Branches for attractive display of ornaments; thin gloves recommended for decorating! Needles are 'pokey'. Available 13'-16'
Concolor Strong Branching Pleasing Scent, Medium Strong with 'orangey' undertone to fir smell Excellent Tapered, Full Foliage, green to blue hues of longer, soft needles, fun to decorate. Santa's Favorite. Available 10' to 14'
Silver Tip Very Strong, Layered Branching Open, Symmetrical Nice Scent, Medium Strong, Not Overwhelming Good The 'perfect' Charlie Brown Tree - very open, layered look with green/silver foliage; Excellent Tree for decorating!


christmas tree care and information



Water 2 times per day for the first 5 days to prevent the empty water bowl and re-sealing of your fresh cut. . . Sometimes they won't drink much for the first few days because they were saturated before harvest. Keep Checking. Be vigilent to your water bowl.


Fragrance Tip:There are little 'pitch bubbles' along the trunck of evergreens. If you pop these 'fragrance bubbles' they will emit a stronger scent.


Pricing: All prices subject to change. Prices Vary by Size and Variety


Our Trees are the freshest cut possible and the highest quality available.
We have an acre of Christmas Trees to make your family's outing successful.


All of our trees were sustainably harvested; 100% Natural, Biodegradeable, Recyclable.
They won't fill the landfill - from the earth, back to the earth.




Tired of dragging yourXmas Tree to the
dump after the holidays?


Park City High School Boys and Girls Lacrosse Teams will pick up your Tree
and recycle it for a tax deductible donation!


*Order by: Midnight January 3rd for January 5th/6th Pick-Up
or by Midnight Jan. 10th for January 12th Pick-Up

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The Legend of the Christmas Tree

People often wonder where the custom of having a tree in the home during Christmas time comes from. We will probably never know for sure. But there are several historical clues that point out where this custom came from.

An Ancient Symbol

Thousands or years ago, there were people who believed that evergreen trees were magical. Even in winter, when all the other trees and greenery were brown and bare, the evergreen stayed strong and green. People saw the evergreen as a symbol of life and as a sure sign that sunshine and spring would soon return. Candles, or the electric lights we use to decorate our trees today, are also an ancient symbol. They represent the light of spring triumphing over the darkness of winter.

        In ancient Rome, people decorated their homes and their temples with greenery during a special December feast. It was a happy time. No battles could be fought, the schools were closed, and people everywhere joined in the carnival-like atmosphere and gave each other presents.

The Modern Tree

So when did the Christmas tree go indoors? Legend has it that the tradition was begun by Martin Luther in Germany. He was a monk and church reformer who lived from 1483 to 1546. According to the legend, Luther was returning home one wintry night when he saw the stars twinkling in the sky through the tree branches. Luther was amazed by the sight, and when he arrived home, he was eager to tell his family about it. To help them understand, he went to the woods and cut down a small fir tree. Luther brought it indoors and decorated it with candles, which represented the stars he had seen.

        The custom spread in Germany, and from there all over the world. In England, the Christmas tree first appeared when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert, who was German. In 1841, Albert set up a Christmas tree at Windsor Castle near London to remind him of his homeland. The Christmas tree custom was brought to the United States by people from England as well as by many German immigrants who came in the 1800's. Whatever its origin, the Christmas tree is a beautiful symbol for everyone who celebrates Christmas.

The Legend of the First Christmas Tree

The night of the Saviour's birth, all the living creatures, both flora and fauna, came to Bethlehem with gifts. The olive tree brought its fruit and the palm its dates. But the little fir tree had no gift and was so tired it couldn't resist when the big trees pushed it into the background and hid it from view. But then a nearby angel took pity and commanded a cluster of stars to come and rest on its delicate boughs. When the Baby Jesus beheld this lovely lighted tree, He smiled and blessed it, declaring henceforth that fir trees should always be filled with lights at Christmastime to please little children.



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"Oh Christmas Tree"

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O Christmas tree. O Christmas tree,
Thou tree most fair and lovely.
O Christmas tree. O Christmas tree,
Thou tree most fair and lovely.
The sight of thee at Christmas-tide
Spreads hope and gladness far and wide.
O Christmas tree. O Christmas tree,
Thou tree most fair and lovely. .

O Christmas tree. O Christmas tree,
Thou hast a wondrous message.
O Christmas tree. O Christmas tree,
Thou hast a wondrous message.
Thou dost proclaim the Savior's birth,
Good will to men and peace on earth.
O Christmas tree. O Christmas tree,
Thou hast a wondrous message.
O Christmas tree. O Christmas tree,
You glow with Christmas brightness.
O Christmas tree. O Christmas tree,
We sing with joyful lightness.
The radiance of this happy night,
To all of us gives hope and light,
O Christmas tree. O Christmas tree,
You glow with Christmas brightness.

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