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Shop for Christmas Trees including VA Pine, Red Cedar, Leyland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire, Field Grown Nursery Stock, Jams, Jellies, Boiled Peanuts, Cider and holiday Decorations.
Grandma's Christmas Shop - Stop by Grandma's Christmas Shop where you'll find: Hot Chocolate, Boiled Peanuts, Fresh Garland & Wreaths, Christmas Bows, Georgia Bulldogs Souvenirs, Handmade Children's Clothing and More!

The Christmas Tour - For the Young and Young at Heart, take a magical hayride tour around our Christmas tree farm and even learn about the 'Magic Tree' or other old fashion stories. Learn about the many varieties of trees Jack' s Creek Tree Farm offers, plus see our farm animal petting zoo, and even take a fun ride through the tunnel of lights. We have picnic tables available if your group packs its own lunch.
Jacks Creek Tree Farm's Christmas Trees
The goal of Jacks Creek Nursery has always been to produce high quality trees for customers at a reasonable price.

Jack's Creek Farm has been growing award winning Christmas trees on 50 acres of historic farm land in Northern Georgia for over 34 years. We feel that the old fashion "Choose & Cut" method provides families with the freshest trees possible. Jack's Creek offers a rich and warm experience that will enhance any family holiday now and in the future.

Growing quality award winning trees is a year-round process. Jack's Creek Farm has 34 years of experience growing the best trees in Georgia. It starts with caring for and preparing the soil, then nutrients are added and the pH is balanced to create a rich fertile bed for the trees to grow in. Maturing at varying rates, the trees take anywhere from three to five years to grow into beautiful Christmas trees.

As the trees grow they provide oxygen to the atmosphere, habitat for wildlife, and of course beauty to the eye. The trees are pruned at just the right time of their growth to give each tree that perfect Christmas tree shape.

Jack's Creek Farm grows Leyland Cypress, Virginia Pines, Red Cedars, Deodar Cedars, and Green Giant, while also providing fresh pre-cut White Pines and Fraser Firs.
November, 9am-5:30pm.
Contact, Address, Directions & Website
Phone: 706-343-1855 - Address: 2291 Price Mill Rd., Bostwick Georgia 30623 - Directions: From Athens, take 441 to Bishop; turn right on Price Mill Rd. (5 miles). From Madison, take 83N to Bostwick, turn right on Wellington, and follow signs (3 miles). From Monroe, take 83 to Bostwick, turn left on Wellington, and follow signs (3 miles). Website: www.jackscreekfarm.com
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