Christmas Tree & Holiday Greenery season

Our trees are American-grown on a small family farm in Ashe County, North Carolina.

 

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Fraser Firs are, in our humble opinion, the best Christmas trees–known for their beautiful color, lovely scent, strong branches, and excellent needle retention. Our Christmas trees are grown on the christmas tree forest farmstandrolling hills of western North Carolina, at the base of the Appalachian Mountains. Richard Calhoun and his family run Big Springs Nursery and Tree Farm, where they also raise beef cattle and cut hay. Richard’s been working on or running his own Christmas tree farm for over 42 years! We love their trees and their commitment to family farming and we’re very happy to bring you their excellent Fraser Firs again this season.

O'Dwyer tree 2015When you’re ready for your tree, stop by the Farmstand and we’ll help you pick out the perfect one. We have trees from 5 feet to 11 feet tall! We’ll give you a fresh cut on your tree (to improve water uptake and ensure your tree looks great all month) and wrap it up with our handy-dandy tree netting machine to make it easier to get your tree home and into your house.

christmas balsam wreath red bow closeupWe also have an excellent variety of choices for wreaths, garlands, roping, swags, and decorations to brighten up your home, inside and out. We have balsam wreaths in a variety of sizes, plus noble fir wreaths (square and round), and mixed evergreen wreaths. This time of year is cold and dark, but your home can be bright and festive!

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It’s Winter Farmers Market season!

We’re at the unbelievably awesome Pawtucket Wintertime Market at the Hope Artiste Village on Saturdays from 9-1pm.

Come grab winter greens, tubers & roots, squashes, and onions–or stock up on Hot Sauce and Marinara if you’re looking for a taste of summer.

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