We have Fraser Fir Christmas trees from 5′ to 9′ in height and fresh, handmade Fraser Fir wreathes in a selection of sizes.

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There’s nothing like having a real Christmas tree to share with your family and friends.

In our gallery, we have included some pics of the farm to show what you’ll find.

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The smell of pine needles…and the smell of a Christmas tree, those to me, are the scents of the holidays.
Blake Lively


Buck Knob Farm is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Cullowhee in western North Carolina.

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Your (New) Holiday Tradition

Continue the tradition, or start a new one, of choosing your own real tree this holiday season.

Tom and Lynne Waller invite you to bring the family to Buck Knob Farm. Come enjoy the fall colors in the mountains and bring some of the mountains back to your home, business, or organization.

“Christmas Tree Vlog” by Wales Toney
Whale Tale Media, Greenvile, SC

Info: North Carolina Fraser Firs

The Fraser fir was named for John Fraser, a Scottish botanist who explored the southern Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina in the late 1700s.

The Fraser fir 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.