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Here's where to get your Christmas tree in Forsyth County
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By now, you’ve woken up from your turkey coma to find things have turned into a holly, jolly Christmas world.

So, it’s time to get a Christmas tree.

Now, exactly when to get a Christmas depends.

Christmas in Forsyth

Check out our local holiday guide in the Wednesday, Dec. 4, edition of the Forsyth County News or read it here.

For a time, it was traditional to put up a Christmas tree and take it down in coordination with the official 12 days of Christmas. Others put the tree up with the start of the Christian season of Advent (which begins today).

These days there’s little formality to when a Christmas tree should go up in the home.

Whatever your preference, there are plenty of options in Forsyth County to get the perfect tree that lasts through the holiday season.

Bottoms Tree Farm
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Farm owner Dennis Bottoms pulls a tree out from inside the barn at Bottoms Christmas Tree Farm. - photo by Jim Dean

This year’s Christmas tree season begins soon. Bottoms Christmas Tree Farm is selling them for $7 per foot. They’re also hosting visits from Santa for holiday meet-and-greet and pictures.

When: 3 p.m. to dark, Monday-Friday; 9 a.m. to dark, Saturday. Santa Meet-and-Greet is 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Dec. 7

Where: 5880 John Burruss Road

Contact: (770) 887-2728 or visit

Kinsey Family Farm
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Kelly Kinsey helps move fresh-cut trees at Kinsey Farm. - photo by Autumn Vetter

Kinsey Family Farm will have over 4,000 trees available to choose from. The farm offers a variety of ways to harvest a Christmas tree including choose and cut your own, pre-cut, and living trees in containers.

When: Noon to 7 p.m., Monday-Friday; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., weekends

Where: 7170 Jot Em Down Road

Contact: (770) 887-6028,

Big John’s Christmas Trees
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Buck Spence examines a tree on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018, at his Big Johns Christmas Tree lot in Lakeland Plaza. - photo by Brian Paglia

A 70-year-old Atlanta tradition, still family-owned and operated, Big John’s serves the metro Atlanta area with hand-picked, fresh Christmas trees, wreaths, roping, stands, lights, ornaments and more.

Where: 503 Lakeland Plaza Road (Lakeland Plaza)


B.L. Mullinax Landscaping & Shrubbery

B.L. Mullinax Landscaping & Shrubbery is a local family-owned business that has been doing business in Forsyth County for over 27 years.

Where: 1886 Peachtree Parkway

Hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday-Saturday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday

Contact: (770) 781-9823