Southern Christmas Trees
 

 

CHOOSE AND CUT YOUR OWN TREE!!

What kinds of trees do we have?

With over 10 unique varieties of southern grown Christmas Trees, we're sure to have something for everyone! From those who want the whole house to smell like a Christmas tree to those who are allergic to everything, we've got a tree for you! Our varieties include...

  • Leyland Cypress

  • Murray Cypress

  • Red Cedar

  • Blue Ice

  • Carolina Sapphire

  • Virginia Pine

  • Deodora Cedar

  • Burkii Cedar

  • Naylor's Blue

  • Silver Dust

  • Golden Castlewellan


  • Directions:

    Coming from I-75: Take I-75 to exit 99 (GA 300 exit). Take GA Hwy 300 west towards Albany. Go about 4 miles, turn left going south on Pateville Rd. The farm is about 4.5 miles on the right.

    Coming from Albany: Take GA Hwy 300 towards Cordele. After crossing Smoak Bridge at Lake Blackshear, turn right on Antioch Rd. Go about 8 miles and turn left on Pateville Rd. The farm is about 1 mile on the left.




    Southern Christmas Trees Nursery and Plantation has the largest selection of plants used in the Christmas Tree Industry in the South. Southern is the home of the Murray Cypress that has gained popularity in recent years.


    Hours of Operation:

    Monday-Friday, 3:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
    Saturday-Sunday, 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.


    Our Products include:
    Nursery Plants
    Liners to 3 Gallon
    Murray Cypress
    Leyland Cypress
    Blue Ice
    Other Varieties




    Recently potted 2 gal leyland Cypress. Picture taken April 10, Plants for fall and winter planting.




    The trees above are Arizona cypress from a cutting. Mr Murray found a different tree growing in a motel parking lot in Sedona Arizonia and was able to get cuttings for research. These trees have a very unusal straight out limb structure for an Arizonia Cypress. This is a desirable charistic for Christmas trees. So far these trees have remained true in form to the parent tree and it is hoped that they will develop into another variety of tree that Southeast growers can use as Christmas Trees. Mr. Murray is now calling these trees Sedona Cypress.


    All Christmas tree growers in the Southeast should plan to visit Southern Christmas Trees Nursery and Plantation and get a tour of the farm conducted by Mr. Murray. Each tree has a meaning and an story. He loves to tell others what he has learned in over 50 years working with Christmas trees.