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(281) 370-9141

7632 Spring Cypress Rd. Spring, TX 77379




Letter To Our Customers

A Letter To Our Customers
Regarding Choose-And-Cut Tree Availability in 2017

Dear valued customers,

We want to start off by thanking those of you who have visited us for many years, as well as those of you who have just recently discovered us, for being a part of our business and making our Christmas season so special. As some of you may know, we have had to close our fields early in the past due to low availability of trees. The past few years have been very hard on our crop due to a few circumstances.

We were very fortunate to have minimal damage from Hurricane Harvey. Excessive rain saturated the ground and, combined with high winds, caused our trees to blow over. It took our employees several weeks to straighten and stake more than 10,000 trees. Luckily, the majority of these trees survived.

Record amounts of rainfall and flooding took a toll on our farm in the Spring of 2016 and 2015. This caused us to lose a very large portion of our crop. Since it takes several years for a Christmas tree to reach its standard height, we must limit the number of trees that we can let you cut down each year. Unfortunately, we have reached the maximum number of trees that can be cut for the 2017 season. By not allowing any more trees to be cut from the fields this year, this will ensure that we have enough trees to sell in future years. Because of the understanding of our faithful customers, we are hoping to be back to a normal selling season by 2018!
The good news: we are still OPEN to sell pre-cut Fraser Fir trees for the remainder of the season!
We have marked these pre-cut trees 15% off to compensate for your inconvenience as of 12/9/17. These Fraser Firs are shipped in from North Carolina. We keep our pre-cuts in water so they remain FRESH. Click here for pricing.



We know that it is your family tradition to bring the kids and cut down your own Christmas tree. We deeply regret our inability to be a part of each and every one of your family experiences. This is a problem that is beyond our control, and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause for your holiday season.

We are more than happy to provide you with a list of choose-and-cut farms in Texas. You may find a complete list of farms on the Texas Christmas Tree Growers Association webpage here. Thank you once again for your continued support and understanding.



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