Cedar Lake Tree Farm
hundreds of beautiful FRESH-CUT, Excellent Quality
Mountain Grown Fraser Fir Trees 5' to 10'
and Choose & Cut Virginia Pine Trees up to 8' grown on the
Lake Christmas Trees are
Guaranteed to be Fresh!
Fraser fir is a pyramid-shaped tree that reaches a
maximum height of 80 feet and a trunk diameter of 1 1/2
feet. It grows naturally only in the southern
Appalachians, above 3,000 feet. The cool temperatures
and lots of rainfall of the North Carolina high country
are what causes the Fraser fir to keep its needles
throughout the Christmas season. The tree was named for
John Fraser, a Scottish botanist who explored the
southern Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina in the
Over 50 million Fraser
firs are grown in North Carolina on 25,000 acres for use
as Christmas trees, and the Fraser fir represents over
90% of all the trees grown in North Carolina as
Virginia Pine is a tree that will
last longer than most other trees and allows you to extend the
time you can display it. It has a strong top that is straight
and uniform, and the strong limbs will support heavy ornaments
such as homemade, crafted Christmas tree ornaments. These trees
have natural cones that are decorative in themselves. The
needles have a unique artistic flair with their twisted
appearance, making them different from other types of trees.
These trees also have a small base stem that is easy to put in a
stand and also serves as a "handle" for carrying.
Virginia Pine has a clean,
pleasant pine scent and a dark green color. Needle retention is
excellent, a definite advantage over other trees. This saves on
cleanup while the tree is displayed in the home and during
They are locally grown so you can
be sure you're getting a fresh tree.
Virginia Pine trees are grown on
tree farms, such as the Cedar Lake Tree Farm, specifically for use as Christmas
trees. This means that they are
renewable, and can be replaced without the loss of natural
Cedar Lake Tree
5829 East Hwy 27, Iron Station, NC 28080