Prices


Field Trees                                       Fraser Firs

Choose & Cut:                                 Pre-cut:  

3-5'     -  $30                                     6-7'  -  $65

5-7'     -  $50                                     7-8'  -  $80

7-9'     -  $65                                     8-9'  -  $95

9-11'   -  $80 

11-13' -  $95

13' & above - $125



​Scotch Pine -   In the Field


As a Christmas tree, the Scotch pine is known for its excellent needle retention and good keepability. It resists drying and if permitted to become dry, does not drop its needles. Like all natural trees it is readily recyclable and has many different uses following the Christmas holidays.





Fraser Firs  -   Fresh-Cut


The fraser fir Christmas tree's dark green needles and frosty glow underneath mixed with it's pleasing fragrance make it a popular Christmas tree.  It has upright branching, straight stems, and excellent needle retention for little maintenance.






​​​Mill Dam Christmas Tree Farm

Why buy a real tree?


Real Christmas trees benefit the environment.  While they are growing, real Christmas trees support life by absorbing carbon dioxide and other gases and emitting fresh oxygen.  One acre of Christmas trees produces enough oxygen to meet the daily requirement for 18 people!


Real Christmas trees are biodegradable and recyclable.  Fake Christmas trees are not biodegradable and once they are discarded, they will never break-down, littering landfills forever.


When you purchase a real tree, you are supporting a local business, local agriculture, and giving your family a real experience outdoors that they will remember and cherish forever.


Christmas Trees


Forget the fake tree!  Buy a fresh, home-grown Christmas tree, while supporting local agriculture.  We offer home-grown Scotch Pine and Virginia Pine in various sizes.  We also offer fresh cut Fraser Firs shipped in from Michigan.  

Virginia Pine -   In the Field


Virginia pine has been the staple of the Christmas tree industry in the south for many years. Known for soft branches and needles, the Virginia Pine grows rapidly and is similar to the Scotch pine which grows farther north. It's vibrant color makes it an attractive Christmas tree with a pleasing pine aroma.