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Choose 'N Cut at Elk River Evergreens

Buying a live Christmas tree is fun and easy.

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Elk Park, N.C. | For over 30 years, Elk River Evergreens has exclusively grown the finest quality Fraser Fir and Nordmann Fir. They are both a Christmas tree wholesaler and a choose 'n cut dealer.

Brothers-in-law, David Ellis and Gary Edwards, planted their first crop of 5,000 Fraser fir Christmas trees in 1975. Today, the operation includes over 400,000 trees growing on 12 different farms in the western North Carolina and east Tennessee area.

David and Gary, along with their families, operate two choose and cut locations in Elk Park, NC at the Ellis Family Farm and the Orchard Farm. They have trees available up to 25 feet. 
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Picking out a tree, wreaths, garland and a gift or two from their gift shop is a day for the whole family to enjoy. They make the experience warm and inviting by offering complimentary hot chocolate, apple cider, and popcorn for all customers in the gift shop.

Visit the Elk River Evergreens website for more information including operating hours.

TWO LOCATIONS:
Ellis Family Farm: 121 Brooks Shell Road, Elk Park, NC
Orchard Farm: 60 Buck Mountain Road, Elk Park, NC

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Elk River Evergreens - The Reason for the Season


The world would have you think that Christmas is all about gifts, Santa, lights, trees, parties, and family dinners. And while a lot of joy at Christmas centers around sharing gifts, decorating trees, and enjoying fellowship with friends, family, and co-workers, it is not the true reason we celebrate Christmas. Christmas is about the birth of our Lord and Savior.

We at Elk River Evergreens enjoy growing Christmas trees and sharing in the commercial celebration of Christmas. However, it is more important to us that we share Jesus Christ. As you celebrate Christmas this year, we hope that you will take time to remember the true meaning of the season and thank God for the gift of eternal life available to all through the gift of His Son.

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. (John 3:16)

Wishing you a Merry Christmas,

Gary and Pat, David and Kathy, Luke and Jennifer, Meredith and Nick, Zach and Molly, Chris and Caroline, Megan, Blake and Annie, Jesse and Katie, and the rest of the ERE family.







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