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Welcome To The Farm!

  For over 40 years, Paula and Bill Jacobs, owners of Owasso Tree and Berry Farm, have supplied Owasso and surrounding communities with fresh Christmas trees. Our property spans over 40 acres, offering Christmas trees and advice during the holiday seasons and pick your own blackberries and/or blueberries in early June and July. Whether it be cutting your own Christmas tree, enjoying the activities on the farm, or picking berries with family in early summer, the Owasso Christmas Tree and Berry Farm is ready to help you create family memories. Start your Christmas tradition by cutting...

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Our Trees

  The Owasso Tree and Berry Farm is the perfect farm to find your special holiday tree. Whether you choose to cut your own Virginia Pine, Leyland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire, or purchase a #1 Premium Grade or #1 Grade Noble Fir, Douglas Fir, Grand Fir, Nordman Fir or Fraser Fir, it is sure to be a tradition to cherish.   To complete your Christmas decorating, the Owasso Tree and Berry Farm have fresh ornamental  wreaths measuring from 12 to 36 inches diameter, swags and mantle pieces. We also have heavy garland and roping for any of your last minute Christmas decorating needs. Enjoy...

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Gift Shop

  Stopping in at our Christmas Gift Shop is a must for area shoppers. Inside our adorable shop, you can warm up with some free hot apple cider while you browse through our gift shop filled with Christmas Ornaments, Decorations and Gift Items. We have an area set up for photo opportunities around the shop, should you wish to take photos to remember your Christmas Tree day here.     Gift Shop Gallery  ...

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News From the Farm

    04/09/18 – Our spring weather this year has not been conducive to growing berries, 70s daytime 20s night time ( they are confused ).  We have kept our rotating trellis berries laying on the ground with the winter blankets in place.  Some of our non trellis berries have overhead sprinklers and we have kept them running to keep a coating of ice on the vines.  Blackberries now have bloom buds but not yet open.  One variety of blueberries are in full bloom. I guess we need to call in a helicopter to warm things up. Our berry season normally starts the last week of May – first...

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Photographer Information

      Photographers are welcome to use the farm for taking photos with the purchase of a $100.00 use permit. Permits may be obtained by calling Paula before you are headed to the farm at 918-272-9445.                  Photography Farm Rules:   No Photographers after November 17th.  Photography may resume December 23rd. Your permit is good for one season and must be displayed each visit when you are working. Do not remove tags from trees. The trees are tagged numerically for our customers convenience and farm efficiency.  If one tag is...

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