We would like to take a moment to thank all our customers for another fantastic season. Thank you all for sharing with us the memories you make while visiting the farm – from friendly snowball fights to kids and dogs romping through the fields, we enjoy watching your families growing [Read More]
Today marks the end of our official season and the last opportunity to enjoy the full family experience with wagon rides, choose-and-cuts, hot chocolate and letters to Santa (in time to hear back from him!). Our fields close at 4 p.m. sharp today (Dec. 17, 2017) until next year. Pre-cuts [Read More]
Romagnoli’s Christmas Tree Farm’s painted trees will be featured during the 1 p.m. showing of The Chew Monday, Dec. 18, 2017, on ABC. Many thanks to our local ABC affiliates for their support, which has led to this exciting opportunity!
We’re hearing from folks that they have been charged for ‘additional services’ at other tree farms – such as baling, loading, fresh cuts on trunks of pre-cut trees, etc. We just like you to know the tree price is the tree price, and all that other stuff is part of [Read More]
(UPDATED) We at Romagnoli’s Christmas Tree Farm would like to thank everyone who contributed to making this year’s Trees for Troops such a success. First, a sincere thank you to our volunteers – Danielle Papelino from Heritage Farms and the teams from Access CNY and the Resource Center for Independent [Read More]
We have expanded our operation to weekdays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Feel free to walk the farm and find your tree or peruse our pre-cuts. (Wagon rides only available on weekends.) Stop by for a tree and wreath, and check out our new ornament line! *Remember to dress [Read More]
13WHAM – the ABC affiliate in Rochester – recently had a Facebook chat with Dewey Romagnoli, owner of Romagnoli’s Christmas Tree Farm on Oneida Valley in Canastota. The colored tree sensation had not yet hit the western New York area, but here’s the link to their story: http://13wham.com/news/local/colorful-christmas-tree-trends-comes-to-upstate-ny
Our staff located a wallet last night (Dec. 2, 2017) somewhere on the property last night. Anyone missing a wallet should call 315.697.9498, message the farm through Facebook or comment on this post. The person wishing to claim the item must describe it – it is VERY distinctive, so this [Read More]
We have an excess of beautiful greens for wreaths available for purchase; please call Dewey at 315.697.9498 for more information!
The reservation for a six-foot pink tree has canceled, and it is now back up for adoption! Call 315.697.9498 – first come, first served. Also, a three-foot white tree still is available.