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See varieties of Christmas trees you can choose and cut. Come walk our nature trail and have a cup of apple cider while choosing your tree.
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Products - Christmas Trees (Leyland Cypress, Virginia Pine, Carolina Sapphire), cut Fraser Firs, Wreaths, Stands, Crafts, Nature Trail, Hot Apple Cider, Tree Bailing and Shaking Services.

About Us - The Old Barn Christmas Tree Farm has been a family operated farm since 1930 when it was purchased by W.B. Slaughter. Through the years, the farm has gone through transitions from a full time self-sustaining farm, to part time row cropping and hay production, to its present Christmas tree operation.

The first Christmas trees were planted in 1996 with the first sales in 1999. The farm consists of 90 acres with approximately 20 acres in Christmas tree production. Much of the farm is forested, providing a traditional back-to-nature Christmas feeling when searching for a tree.

The Old Barn - The Christmas tree farm is named after the farm's barn which is affectionately referred to as 'The Old Barn'. The Old Barn was built in the early 1930s, and continues to serve the farm's needs. In 2006, we added a craft shop which contains Christmas decor, ornaments, gifts and baked goods. To better serve our customers, we continually strive to expand our products and services each year.

The Old Barn Christmas Tree Farm is committed to providing our customers with high quality products and service. Come enjoy the beautiful scenery as you wander over the fields and through the woods to find your special tree. We cordially invite you to visit and share in our family heritage at The Old Barn Christmas Tree Farm.
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Our Trees: Carolina Sapphire - A very unique tree, the Carolina Sapphire has a beautiful steely blue/green color and a wonderful aromatic fragrance. Its dense, lacy foliage is capable of handling light to medium weight decorations. It has a symmetrical and pyramidal growth habit and is soft to the touch.

The Leyland Cypress is a beautiful tree that has become the most commonly grown Christmas tree in Georgia. The Leyland has upright growing branches with an airy, feathery appearance. Once combined with lights and ornaments, it is transformed into a holiday treat for the home. It also has a light scent that may prove beneficial to anyone having problems with more aromatic trees. The Leyland maintains its freshness extremely well. If properly watered, it will look just as good the day it is taken down as the day it is put in the stand.

Virginia Pine - For many years, the Virginia Pine was the predominant tree grown in Georgia for Christmas tree production. Today, many families still seek this tree to use as their traditional Christmas tree. This tree has stout branches with 1.5 to 3.0 inch long needles. It has a traditional aromatic pine scent that adds that special touch of the smell of Christmas to a home. Because of the stout branches, the Virginia Pine also does a great job of holding heavy ornaments.

Red Cedar - There is no mistaking the smell of a cedar tree in the home. The Red Cedar has a highly aromatic scent that Southerners have been enjoying at Christmas for many years. Long before Christmas tree plantations became common in the South, families would venture out into the woods, along a fence line or a hedge row in the fields, in search of a Red Cedar. Cedars make a beautiful Christmas tree, but because it tends to dry out fast in the house, it should be put up later.
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Hours, Phone, Address, Directions & Website
Open Thanksgiving Day-December 24 Mon.-Fri. 1pm-Dark, Sat. 8am-Dark, Sun. 1pm-Dark. Phone: 770-227-5237 - Address: 24 Slaughter Rd., Sunnyside Georgia 30284 - Directions: From Sunnyside take Hwy. 19/41 to School Rd., go east on School Rd. and turn right onto Hwy. 3. Take a left onto Teamon Rd., cross RR tracks and turn left onto Church Rd. Travel about .25 miles and turn right onto Slaughter Rd. Market on left. Website: www.theoldbarnchristmastrees.com
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