The Larwick Family
Jane Larwick in front of a 6-7' Noble Fir
Loran Larwick in front of a 8'' Grand Fir
Noble & Douglas Fir Tree Field
Santa in his Sleigh
Three reindeer sign. One of many little home made
decorations you will find throughout the farm.
LARWICK CHRISTMAS TREE FARM
Support Your Local Business!
The Larwick U-cut Christmas Tree Farm is a family owned and
operated tree farm located in the center of Clark County in the
small town of Brush Prairie, Washington. It was established by
Loran and Jane Larwick in 1990 when they hand-planted
approximately 500 douglas fir seedlings. The family now
manages roughly 18,000 Christmas trees covering 15 of their
20-acre farm. It has grown to become a thriving U-cut Christmas
tree farm and a yearly tradition for many families.
In addition to selling Christmas trees, the family operates a large
Christmas shop where they sell beautiful hand-made Christmas
wreaths and a variety of decorations. Complimentary hot cocoa
and apple cider are offered to warm your hands and heart on
cold winter days, as well as candy canes with the purchase of
every tree or decoration.
Behind every Christmas tradition is the perfect Christmas tree
illuminating your home, and yours is here waiting for you. Come
November 28 - December 19
Monday - Friday 11am to 4:30pm/Dark
Saturday - Sunday 8:30am to 4:30pm/Dark
Merry Christmas from the Larwicks
12605 NE 132 Ave, Brush Prairie, WA
Click on the Ornaments for more Information
Don't foget to have you little ones bring in their Christmas
wish lists and put them in Santa's mail box.
Rumor has it Santa Claus will be returning to the Larwick
Christmas Tree Farm before Christmas again this year to meet
with good little boys and girls. Please bring your little ones to
come and see him. We also have a North Pole mail box
specially for childrens Christmas Letters to Santa.
December 6th & 7th- 10:30 am to 4:30pm
December 13th & 14th- 10:30 am to 4:30pm
2014 CHRISTMAS TREE SEASON
We have thousands of Christmas Trees at Larwick
Christmas Tree farm ready to be cut down and taken home
this year. These trees range in height, color (tints of green),
fullness and fragrance. This year we have a huge selection
of Nobles in the 5' to 8' range however we have a very
limited supply of Doug, Grand, Nordman and Fraser trees
with most of them being less than 6' tall.