Shenandoah Christmas Trees – Where to Buy

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

In my family, Thanksgiving is the official start to the Christmas decorating season. In the Shenandoah Valley, it starts even earlier, so if you’re like me, you’re already behind!

When you’re ready to buy your tree, you have the option of going to a big-box store, but for about the same price, you can support a local business. Tree farms are an important part of Virginia’s agriculture, and while that tree is growing, it helps keep our air a little cleaner. Once it has served its holiday purpose, trees can become refuge for fish, mulch for the gardens, or a home for critters. We saw an opossum family vacate our brush pile a few years ago.

Check out the following local suppliers of Christmas trees. Let me know if you like one, or if you know of others, and we’ll add them to the site. Buy local – Buy Shenandoah!

**This page is updated as information is provided**

 

Berryville:

Edinburg:

  • Don’s Tree Farm – 757 Rose Road, Edinburg, VA 22824; 540-984-8136

Elkton:

  • Zirkles Evergreens – 3264 Harvest Dr, Elkton, Virginia 22827; 540-298-8836

Keezletown:

Luray:

  • Valley Star Farm – 3 miles N of Luray by Rt. 340 at 1104 Springfield Road, Luray, VA 22835; 540-860-8040

Timberville:

White Post:

  • Ashcroft Farm -751 Kitchen Ln, White Post, VA 22663; 540-837-1240
  • Sipe Christmas Tree Farm – 1231 Berry Ferry Rd, White Post, Virginia 22663; 540-550-7431

Winchester:

  • Clouse’s Pine Hill Farm -2696 Green Spring Rd
    Winchester, Virginia 22603; 540-539-0024
  • Sherwood Christmas Tree Farm – 262 Sherwood Pines Ln, Cross Junction, VA 22625; 540-888-3597

Woodstock:

  • Mountain View Farm – 2155 Rittenour Road, Edinburg, VA 22824; 540-459-5584. (See pictures of this Shenandoah tree farm.)

**This information was culled from various advertisements and was accurate at the time of this post. Please call farms before visiting to ensure the information is still accurate.**

*** This site is comprised solely of the opinions of its author, Stacey Morgan Smith. She works to promote gardening and tourism in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, from Roanoke to the Potomac River.***

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