Find The Perfect Tree!
We have a limited selection of tall trees, Clemson Greenspire and Virginia Pine Christmas Trees.
Please call or email us for availability, 803.276.0161.
*All Our Trees Are Priced Based On Size and Quality.
These trees have a very fragrant lemony-mint or citrus-like aroma, and hold their needles very well. Shaping the tree helps develop tougher branches, and make this a great choice for light to medium weight ornaments.
Clemson Greenspire trees feature dense, yet finely-textured foliage that is grass green in color and soft to the touch. These trees have a very fragrant lemony-mint or citrus-like aroma, and hold their needles very well. Shaping the tree helps develop tougher branches, and make this a great choice for light to medium weight ornaments.
This tree is a great choice if you plan to hang a lot of heavy ornaments. Fraser firs have that wonderful “Christmas Tree” smell, which is very long-lasting, and they retain their needles very well. Fraser Firs are one of the most popular Christmas tree species.
Our 3 Step VIP Treatment
We have a machine dedicated to literally shake the tree. This is used to shake any dead needles/leaves off the tree as well as any other “wild” objects that may be in the tree.
This is an important step in the tree selection process. You will have less clean up when you get the tree in your house.
The borer is the easy way to put a hole in the bottom of the tree trunk.
This is important to do for any tree stand that requires a hole in the center of the trunk.
We always make sure there is a fresh cut before using the borer in order to keep sap from building up.
The baler is the last step in the tree selection process and turns the wide and sometimes cumbersome tree into a tight and narrow item able to fit in tighter spaces.
Once you get the tree home and in the stand (if not already in the stand) you simply cut the netting down the front of the tree and voila your perfect tree is ready for decoration!
Important Tree Information
Caring For Your Tree
When a Christmas tree is cut, over half of its weight is water. With proper care, you can maintain the quality of your displayed trees. Click below to download a number of tips relating to the care of displayed trees.
Download Care Tips
This printable version of care tips prepared by Dr. Gary Chastagner and Dr. Eric Hinesley. Edited by the Scientific Research Committee of the National Christmas Tree Association.
Why get a real Christmas Tree?
Live trees are 100% biodegradable.
You have the smell of Christmas with a live tree.
You get the experience of checking out many different trees to choose the “Just Right” tree rather than going to the department store and bringing it home in a box.
While the artificial tree collects dust in the closet or attic, the birds build nest and raise their young in the boughs of the growing trees while the rabbits and squirrels run and play around them.
We enjoy the fresh air from the oxygen given off by the Real trees.
You don't have to worry about disposing of a real tree in a land fill and it taking years to decompose.
It can be recycled and chipped up for mulch to be reused.
There is no need to worry about putting the tree together and taking it down to store it every year or worrying about what chemicals it is made of.