Leyland Cypress - The name Leyland cypress describes a group of trees that are all sterile hybrids. There are many cultivars of Leyland cypress, but most common for Christmas trees is Leighton Green. We have Leighton Green and Murray cypress available for choose and cut.

Eastern Red Cedar - This is the old fashioned Christmas tree. Some people will not accept anything else for a Christmas tree. It is one of the best smelling trees you can have in your house, but they will dry out sooner than other type trees. We recommend not cutting it before December 5th and make sure you keep the tree stand full of water.

Carolina Sapphire - This is one of about 30 cultivars of Arizona cypress. It has a green color and a strong smell. Trees that are trimmed for Christmas trees are very full and the limbs support ornaments well. Needle retention is not as good as Leyland Cypress

Virginia Pine - This tree has been the staple for the Christmas tree industry in the south. The natural range of the Virginia pine begins in central Pennsylvania and extends southward into northern Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. They are similar to the Scotch pine which is native to Europe and Asia. The branches are stout and support ornaments well.

Precut Fraser fir - Fraser fir is a uniform pyramid-shaped tree. The needles are flattened, dark-green on the upper side and silvery-white on the lower surface. It grows naturally at elevations above 4,500 feet in the Southern Appalachian Mountains from southwest Virginia, through western North Carolina, and into eastern Tennessee. Fraser fir and Balsam fir are quite similar.
(Our precut trees are kept in water to ensure you will get the freshest tree possible.)