Want a live tree? There are three tree farms within an easy distance, and lots of other places to buy trees.
Christmas Tree Farms
Cedar Hill Farms
November 21 – December 22 (closed Thanksgiving Day)
Grown there: Leyland Cypress, Murray X (look very similar to Leyland Cypress, but a little darker green) and Blue Ice trees
Pre-Cut trees: Fraser Fir trees
Free hayride, trees are $8/ft. Santa will be available for pictures, breakfast/brunch, and some catfish dinners.
Trees you cut down and pre-cut Fraser Fir Trees
Merry Christmas Tree Farm
Open Thanksgiving Day and then daily after.
Grown there: Leyland Cypress
Pre-cut trees: pre-cut live Fraser Firs and Blue Spruce
Stores & Lots
they have great 7-8′ trees for $27.99 – we’ve gotten ours there for the last few years.
My parents got theirs at Costco and it was beautiful all season last year.
Home Depot and Lowe’s.
We got a tree at Home Depot the last two years for like $40 where as Lowe’s was going to be closer to $60.
The Garden Center at The Agricenter.
The best trees I’ve ever purchased and a great price!
Our Home Depot tree died after about a week last year despite cutting a generous amount off the bottom. We got ours at Whole Foods this year and it is so healthy. They have each tree in its own stand of water. I really appreciated that.
We get ours from the Optimist Club. They are set up at Quince and White Station. We got a 6 foot tree for $30.