Wolverine Tree Farm

Wolverine Tree Farm In 1992 we acquired 30 acres of a dream farm. My wife and I planted over 12,000 trees over a perio For sale by appointment only.

We specialize in larger caliper trees which include Colorado Blue spruce, Serbian Spruce, Burrenglish Oak, American Linden, Norway Maple, Hackberry.

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Late notice, our page was hijacked and I couldn't add or edit. We apologize for the confusion.
Wolverine Tree farm will not be selling Christmas trees this year. (2022). The field that we sold them from is finished. We will continue with our landscape tree harvest in the spring. I really miss the Christmas tree program, it was so fun to see the children running through the trees with such excitement. To everyone who enjoyed it with us, we hope you and your‘s have a very Merry Christmas.


I apologize that I’m late posting this.

The past two years we decided to thin an overgrown field of Serbian spruce trees by selling them as “you cut” Christmas trees. We had an incredibly busy year last season and the field is nearly complete. We will again be cutting the remainder of the crowded trees and I expect them to go quickly judging by the interest expressed so far. I don’t expect them to to last more than a weekend or two. We will not start cutting until Saturday the 27th.
An unusually late digging season this year, I’m trying to wrap it up so I am transplanting a few trees that Saturday morning so the cutting will have to start later that day. I apologize for any inconvenience.

For those who cannot make it to the forest this year check us out. With the light snow season thus far it might be a good year to harvest from the forests.
Commercial Christmas trees are in short supply nationwide this year. I’ve had buyers calling the past two months looking from as far away as Maine and Michigan.


Unusually hot summer days requires additional water for newly transplanted or bare root planted trees. The term “new” refers to any trees planted within the past three years. These trees have an abbreviated root system and they need a good deep watering twice a week if the temperatures exceed 85 degrees. If you have sandy loam soil such as the soil up on the foothills and benches even one more additional watering per week will keep your new trees happy. If your buds haven’t opened on your spruce trees this year it’s because the tree is conserving energy in the extreme heat. Heavy watering those trees can force a late bud opening. Stunted or late bud grown is a sign of dehydration. Also look for needle dropping. Again, water heavily and the tree should stop dropping its needles. Don’t let anyone tell you you’re overwatering your spruce. I usually resuscitate a sick tree with heavy flooding for more than an hour every other day or every day for sandy loam soil. I’ve had customers flood their field once a week and the trees stand in 12” of water for 12-14 hours at a time. Those trees have done wonderfully. A new tree is like a flower cutting. The newly dug roots are like drinking straws and need wet water, not damp soil until the new roots are developed.

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Wolverine Tree Farm 2010

Wolverine Tree Farm 2010

70 trees planted in one day.  I've never worked so hard but this view made it all seem a lot less painful. We finished a...

70 trees planted in one day. I've never worked so hard but this view made it all seem a lot less painful. We finished at 1:00am so the finished photos will follow later.

Timeline photos

Timeline photos

New spring growth 2010

New spring growth 2010

Snow blankets the trees ending the 2010 season

Snow blankets the trees ending the 2010 season

Wolverine Tree Farm 2010

Wolverine Tree Farm 2010


7667 S Ammon Road
Idaho Falls, ID


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Do you allow people to come and cut Christmas trees on your farm?
Please call with information on trees 208-589-9294, Terri

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