100% of profits go to this local BSA Troop 197


Because we want to provide only fresh holiday greenery, we do offer a variety of greenery for presale only. Click on the picture to expand.

THANK YOU FOR VISITING AND SUPPORTING OUR SCOUTS THIS SEASON!!

We are selling trees beginning the Friday after Thanksgiving at two locations:

Fellowship UM Church located at 2511 Hwy 99/New Salem Hwy near the corner of Cason Lane and Hwy 99

AND

Haynes Hardware parking lot (1807 Memorial Blvd) across from Middle Tennessee Christian School.

We’re offering beautiful Premium Quality Fraser Fir trees. The Fraser Fir is a native to the mountains of the eastern United States. Its fragrance, shape, strong limbs, and ability to retain its soft needles for a long time when cut (which do not prick easily when hanging ornaments) make it one of the best trees for this purpose. The Fraser fir has been used more times as the Blue Room Christmas tree (the official Christmas tree of the President of the United States's White House) than any other type of tree.

The Frasier Fir is known to be the top species for holding its needles after being cut.

Great Sizes! Great Prices!

Tree Lot will open on Friday, 11/23/18!!!

5 – 6 ft. = only $60
6 – 7 ft. = only $65
7 – 8 ft. = only $75
8 – 9 ft. = only $95 limited quantities
9 – 10 ft. = only $125 limited quantities
Larger sizes available by preorder only = call for prices.

Hours are:
Monday – Friday 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm

BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL HOURS - 9:00 am – 9:00 pm

VISA/MASTERCARD/DISCOVER is ACCEPTED!!

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More questions?
Please contact us at: trees@bsatroop197.com

BENEFITS TO THE ENVIRONMENT
  • While they are growing, real Christmas trees support life by absorbing carbon dioxide and other gases and emitting fresh oxygen.
  • The farms that grow Christmas trees stabilize soil, protect water supplies and provide refuge for wildlife while creating scenic green belts.
  • Real Christmas trees are renewable.
  • Real Christmas trees are grown on farms just like any other crop. To ensure a constant supply, Christmas tree growers plant one to three new seedlings for every tree they harvest.
  • In contrast, artificial trees are a petroleum-based product manufactured primarily in Chinese factories. The average family uses an artificial tree for only six to nine years before discarding it, where it will remain in a landfill centuries after disposal.