Live Christmas Trees Around West Cobb 2019

Just a few weeks before Thanksgiving and almost everything is done, and you better buy a live Christmas Tree before there are none!

There is nothing quite like the smell of fresh pine filling your home during the holiday season, and a real Christmas tree can do that better than any candle or air freshener. Having a real tree is a tradition for many families, but if you haven’t had one before and are considering it, there are a few things you should know before you take it on. Residents around our neighborhoods love decorating for the holidays.

The most common Christmas Trees in Georgia are:

  • Arizona Cypress Strains
  • Cryptomeria
  • Green Giant
  • Leland Cypress
  • Murray Cypress
  • Red Cedar
  • Sand Pine
  • Virginia Pine
  • White Pine

To learn more about the most common types of Christmas Trees, visit

NOTE: make sure to read the important information at the end of this article about Christmas trees in West Cobb.

Real Trees, Real Mess

Real trees are good for the earth. Often, Christmas Trees are grown on soil that doesn’t support other crops. See what the experts say about Real Christmas Trees.

Repeated Cost Or One Time Cost?

Buying a “fake” tree is something you can invest in one year and use for many years to come. A real tree, on the other hand, will have to be replaced every year. The cost of a real tree depends on where you live and where you purchase it. Since we live in a place where pine trees grow freely, the cost will be much less, and the tree will last longer since it will be fresh.

The Hunt For The Perfect Christmas Tree

If you just have to have that perfectly shaped Christmas tree, you will find it easier to use in a fake tree. Still, hunting through a tree farm or forest for the elusive perfect natural tree is a lot of fun for many people, and if you aren’t too set on perfection you will probably find something pretty close. Just be sure the search is something you will enjoy. There are Christmas tree lots on several street corners around town. And then there are Christmas tree farms … but please make sure to ALWAYS call the farm or store BEFORE YOU GO to check on hours, prices, and inventory. Also, please confirm methods of payment accepted – some do not take credit cards.

Berry Patch Farm
786 Arnold Mill Road
Woodstock, GA
HOURS:  Monday through Thursday 3p-6p and Friday-Sunday 10a-6p – please confirm dates and hours with farm
TREE TYPES:  Leyland Cypress and also North Carolina Fraser Firs

Coker Tree Farm
2280 Macland Rd
Marietta, GA 30064
DATES: Opens Nov 29 until ?
HOURS: Monday through Thursday 4p-6p, Friday through Sunday 9a-6p
TREE TYPES:  Murray Cypress, Carolina Sapphire and a selection of North Carolina Fraser Fir

Moss Family Christmas Tree Farm
2121 Highway 140 NW
Adairsville, Georgia 30103
DATES: Opens Nov 29 until ?
HOURS: Please call farm for information about hours
TREE TYPES:  North Carolina Fraser Fir

Young Road Tree Farm
139 Young Road
Cartersville , GA 30120
DATES: Thursday-Sunday from Thanksgiving Day to Christmas Day
HOURS:  10a – 6p or Dark
TREE TYPES:  Eastern Red Cedar, Leyland Cypress, Virginia Pine, and White Pine for you to cut down, precut Fraser Fir

Sleepy Hollow Trees
628 Sleepy Hollow Road
Powder Springs, GA 30127
DATES: Nov 24 – ?
TREE TYPES:  Leyland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire and Virginia Pine

Deerwoods Christmas Tree Farm
1109 Henry Scott Road
Ball Ground GA 30107
DATES: Nov 21 – ?
TREE TYPES:  In the past, this farm has offered Virginia Pine, White Pine, Silver Smoke, Leyland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire

Some Christmas Tree Lots Around West Cobb include:

Cook’s Christmas Trees
3791 South Cobb
Smyrna GA 30080

Calvary Children’s Home
1430 Lost Mountain Road
Powder Springs

Calvary Children’s Home Hiram Lot
165 Commodore Path
Mon-Fri 3:30p-9p
Sat 9a-9p
Sun 1p-5:15p
Offering North Carolina Fraser Fir trees, wreaths, and pallet decor
Brian Busby @ 404-731-1500 or Darlene Hancock @ 404-569-0033.

A real Christmas tree adds a certain ambiance and holiday spirit to any home, but it isn’t right for everyone. Consider the benefits as well as the possible problems with a real tree before you make a final decision on how to get your home ready for the holidays. Also, make sure to consider safety when decorating your tree.

Recycling Your Christmas Trees

Residents can help keep West Cobb clean by recycling their Christmas tree. Cobb County participates in the Georgia’s annual Christmas tree recycling program – Bring One for the Chipper. Keep Cobb Beautiful sponsors free Christmas tree drop off locations after the holiday which will take at the following Cobb County Parks anytime after Christmas from 9 AM to 4 PM at the drop-off locations below, and at select Home Depot locations below only on the first Saturday in January. The mulch from these trees has been used for playgrounds, local government beautification projects, and individual yards. That’s just one of the many reasons why Cobb County is such a great place to live!

For details on this year’s event and drop off locations, visit the website at

Are you looking for a new home with a large foyer for your Christmas Tree?

Here is a sampling of some homes for sale around West Cobb with high ceilings and two story foyers. Contact us about buying or selling a home.

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