The Christmas holiday arrives in a blur each year. Before we know it, the kid’s candy from Halloween is gone and the leftover stuffing for the Thanksgiving turkey is packed away in the freezer for a cold winter day. When that happens, it’s time for the holidays, and time to get your Christmas Tree. Below find a few places you can buy Christmas trees in Charleston, South Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina, Atlanta, Georgia and surrounding areas for your holiday decorating.
This tree farm opens on Thanksgiving from 9am until it gets dark. Choose from Cyprus, Carolina Sapphire and more. There is also a coloring station for kids as well as farm animals, but this farm is mostly about the trees, so you should be able to find your perfect holiday tree. 38 miles North of downtown Charleston.
253 Needle Lane
Also located in Ridgeville, South Carolina, this Tree Farm has been in business for 24 years, so they know their trees. Find your perfect one at their farm. Opens the day after Thanksgiving. They sell live, uncut trees as well as trees shipped from other farms.
182 McCarn Road
Downtown Charlotte. For those who live in the city and don’t want to venture out to a farm, this Christmas Tree lot is for you because of its convenience.
926 S. Kings Drive
Cardinal Crest Evergreens
Wholesale provider of fresh Christmas Trees over a little over and hour North of Charlotte. They carry more than 7 varieties of Christmas Trees, and sell wreathes, tree stands and more. Call for directions since their website only lists a PO Box for the address.
Big John’s Christmas Trees
With 15 locations IN Atlanta, you know Big John’s has a lot of trees. They open November 20th for early birds and also sell garlands, accessories, lights and more. Santa visits (check for locations) and they deliver! Check site for different Atlanta locations.
Value prices, more than one location, environmentally friendly and so much more. They will install trees for you and they also recycle trees. They also sell stands and are partners with The Atlanta Community Food Bank. Trees arrive November 22. Check site for their 3 locations in Atlanta.