Christmas Tree Farm

The best thing about getting your Christmas trees from the Lowery Family farm is that we are a local farm! Our visitors love coming to the farm and picking their families very own Christmas tree. Our trees are carefully grown and cultivated to give you a quality tree that will stand up against drought, rot, and more. As you'll discover below, we have a wide range of tree sizes from the standard section all the way to the special order sizes. Additionally, we also have wreaths and rope garland for your holiday decorating pleasure.
We grow Leyland Cypress, select and cut, on our farm for $10 per foot
Premium #1 Fraser Fir

Standard Trees

Special Order Trees

$175

tax included

  • Height: 11' - 12'
  • Type: Fraser Fir
$200

tax included

  • Height: 12' - 13'
  • Type: Fraser Fir
$295

tax included

  • Height: 13' - 14'
  • Type: Fraser Fir
$395

tax included

  • Height: 14' - 15'
  • Type: Fraser Fir

Wreaths

About Our Trees

The name Leyland cypress is used to describe a group of trees where all the members are sterile hybrids. There are no naturally occurring Leyland cypress. They must be propagated by rooted cuttings. This tree is a hybrid of Monterey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) and Alaskan cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis). In 1888, six seedlings were discovered by C.J. Leyland at Leighton Hall in the South of Wales. The two parent trees were growing on the Estate and cross bred purely by accident. Intergeneric crossbreeding is a rare occurrence in plants and particularly in conifers.
The Fraser Fir tree was named for John Fraser, a botanist that visited and explored the Appalachian Mountains in the late 1700s. It is a pyramid shaped tree that can reach a maximum height of 80 feet. The trees branches are slightly turned upward giving the tree a packed shape. The needles are flattened and a dark green color. Fraser Fir trees only grow naturally in elevations above 4,500 feet, therefore they are mainly grown in North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee in the mountains. Trees usually take 7-10 years to reach 6-7 feet, which is typically the preferred height. The tree has become a widely popular “Christmas tree” because of its pretty shape, lovely scent, and beautiful blue green color. North Carolina produces the majority of Fraser fir trees.