High in the Appalachian Mountains of Western North Carolina is Frosty Mountain Christmas Trees. Out of the way but easy to find, a short distance off I-26 at the North Carolina/Tennessee line, the farm produces Fraser fir Christmas trees for both wholesale and choose-and-cut customers. Visitors will find the farm by the large American flag painted on the barn. You'll be surrounded by hillsides of trees and fields with cows, goats, geese, deer, and a llama or two. If you go in the summer, you will find flowers and rabbits, and, in the fall, lots of great color. Around Thanksgiving you can pick your own tree. Wholesalers are welcome to make a farm visit during the summer or any season.
Donna and Chipper Jones and their family grow 80,000 Fraser fir on 55 acres of their 300 acre farm at elevations of 3200 to 4800 feet. Donna grades the trees herself. The annual harvest begins in November not September so Frosty Mountain trees are the freshest possible when they are displayed on the retailer's lot. In addition to Fraser fir trees, the farm provides lush garland of any length and handmade wreaths from 10" to 48" in diameter made of natural, fresh Fraser fir trimmings.
Tuesday, Jun 22, 2021 at 2:30pm Eastern Time
Virtual Event (link via email)
Saturday, Jun 26, 2021 at 10:30am Eastern Time
Zoom Event (link will be sent prior to the event)
Sunday, Jun 27, 2021 at 2:00pm Eastern Time
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