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186 Hester Rd, Selmer, Tennessee
 
731-645-5769
Christmas Tree Farm and So Much More!

duncantreefarm@yahoo.com


Located on 35 acres of rolling McNairy County countryside near Selmer, Tennessee,
we have a very special season planned for 2012.  The gift shop is filled with unique gifts and decorating ideas.  We have a small concessions area serving hot cocoa, cider and coffee.  Visitors who don't need warming may choose a snow cone.  Ther will be live wreaths and garland ready for purchase, and a wreath making demonstration is available as part of our group tour.

On the day after Thanksgiving we begin our Christmas Programs, which include group tours with a variety of activities and educational information, which includes  a trip to the fields to choose a live tree. If your group does not need a tree they can opt for a live wreath instead. 

Individuals or families can ride the hay wagon to the tree fields. Come and choose your own live tree  to be cut while you watch.  Ride back to the gift shop and see your tree being shaken and bagged for a safe trip home, while you enjoy a cup hot cocoa, cider or coffee.  You can also choose to have your tress
flocked and pick it up the following day.
 We grow our own  Leyland Cypress, Carolina Saphire, and Virginia Pine.  We also offer potted and bagged Christmas trees, for the environmentally conscious who prefer to plant their trees after Christmas.

Precut Fraser Fir Trees from East Tennessee arrive the week of Thanksgiving.  We also do flocking on trees, wreaths and garlands.

Our Gift Shop is open from November 4, 2013 for your seasonal gifts and wreaths, and to pretag your tree. We sell trees from Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve:
Monday - Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or last customer leaves!
Sundays: 1:00pm - 5:00pm.

Great Parking Facilities!


 


 

Our Trees:

Leyland Cypress keeps a good central leader and naturally grows quite straight.. It is resistant to almost all insects and diseases  The Leyland's lack of strong odor means that it doesn't seem to bother most people with allergies, and, if well watered, it does not shed!

Carolina Sapphire is a beautiful blue color, is wonderfully aromatic and is soft to the touch.

Blue Ice Cypress is a graceful steeple shaped tree with intense silver-blue foliage. Very striking.

Virginia Pine has dense dark green foliage and short pairs of needles.

Fraser Fir, a pyramid-shaped tree that grows naturally only in the southern Appalachians. Its strong branches are turned slightly upward which gives the tree a compact appearance.

 

Copyright Duncan Christmas Tree Farm, 2006 - 2013

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