Making Family Traditions Since 1970

Hours & Days Open

Open the Friday after Thanksgiving

  • Friday Nov. 23rd: 9am - 5pm

  • Saturday Nov. 24th: 9am - 5pm

  • Sunday Nov. 25th: Noon - 5pm

  • Friday Nov. 30th: Noon - 5pm

  • Saturday Dec. 1st: 9am - 5pm

  • Sunday Dec. 2nd: Noon - 5pm

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Trees & Pricing

Field: Concolor & Douglas Fir: $10.00 per foot
Fresh Cut: Fraser Fir: SOLD OUT

We are happy to offer a 10% discount on trees for active or retired military with ID. (does not apply to merchandise)

Wreaths and greenery will also be available

Mastercard, Visa & Discover accepted

Services & Amenities

  • 1953 Fire Truck ($1 per person) Rides subject to weather conditions

  • Free ride in our standard tractor wagon

  • Heated sales barn and seasonal store with one-of-a-kind handmade gifts

  • Free, full-service tree cutting

  • Free shaking to remove any loose needles

  • Free netting

  • Free vehicle loading & tie down

  • Dogs on leash welcome

  • And, our famous free hot chocolate!

Professional Photographers 

Check out our Photographers page for more info, here.

Location & Contact

  • (402) 573-5432

  • Only 5 minutes off of I-680

  • Nordstrom's Tree Farm

  • 11401 Pawnee Rd. Omaha, NE 68142

  • Get Directions (Google)

 

The Reason for the Season

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For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.
— John 3:16
 

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR FRESH NORDSTROM TREE

  • When you bring your tree home, set it up as soon as possible. If your tree sits for more than 2-3 hours without water, you will need to cut about an inch off the bottom of the trunk before placing it in your stand. By having a freshly sawn stump, your tree will be able to absorb adequate water.

  • Regular watering is critical. A fresh fir tree can consume over a gallon of water in 24 hours!

  • Check water levels twice a day until you get a feel for how quickly it’s absorbing water.

  • Never let the water level go below your tree’s base.

  • If possible, keep your tree away from heating vents or other heat sources, as this will potentially dry out your tree quicker.