The Southern Christmas Tree Association
Alabama
Choose and Cut
Christmas Tree Farms
Farm Name

Fish River Trees
►2014 SCTA Alabama 2nd Place Tree
►2015 SCTA Grand Champion &                  Alabama 1st Place Tree

Moody Farms
(opening 2019)

Gilbert Christmas Tree Farm

Neely Farms

Heart of Dixie Christmas Tree Farm
(opening 2017)

Wadsworth Christmas Tree Farm
2014 SCTA Grand Champion &
             Alabama 1st Place Tree

Old Dairy Christmas Tree Farm

Beavers Christmas Tree Farm
(reopened 2017)

Pine Hill Farms

Home Town Christmas Trees
(opening 2019)

Trim a Tree Farm

Valley Christmas Tree Plantation

Frazier Farms

Cole's Christmas Tree Farm

Wilderwood Farm
(opening 2018)

Clear Creek Christmas Trees
County

Baldwin




Blount​


Chambers

Chilton

DeKalb


Elmore



Etowah​

Jefferson


Jefferson

​Lamar


Limestone

Madison

Marshall​

Randolph

Tuscaloosa


Walker
Telephone

251-988-8114




205-559-2814​


334-585-5306

205-389-1831

865-680-3686


334-567-6308



256-504-8658​

205-681-4494


205-841-6766

205-698-8493


256-527-3576

256-851-9375

256-293-6062​

334-332-3574

205-310-5913


205-300-1803
City / Town

Summerdale




Oneonta​


Lanett

Thorsby

Henagar


Wetumpka



Gadsden​

Trafford


Tarrant

​Sulligent


Athens

Huntsville

Albertville​

Woodland

Ralph


Jasper
If you are interested nationally, visit the National Christmas Tree Association.
Please follow the links to any of our growers listed below to find an Alabama choose-and-cut Christmas tree farm near you. Each farm offers a unique experience. Come be our guest!
If you need additional information or just want to inquire with us, feel free to call.
And do not forget to check on social media for any of these farms.
►  Annual SCTA Christmas Tree Grower Competition

Each year member growers compete for best grown trees. Awards are recognized for the overall Grand Champion and 1st, 2nd and 3rd Places for each member state. Trees are judged by annual meeting attendees and recognized during the meeting banquet.
All (voting members) growers are encourage to participate.