Christmas Tree Farms Still Open in the Texas Hill Country

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It’s not too late to get a fresh Christmas tree. In fact, visiting Christmas tree farms now can save you money and ensure your tree stays fresher. With less time before Christmas, it’s less likely your live tree will dry out, though you should keep it well watered to prevent a house fire. For fine freshly cut firs or other evergreens, check out these Texas Hill Country Christmas tree farms and unleash holiday magic.

Papa Noel Christmas Trees

Christmas Tree Farms Papa Noel Christmas Tree Farm

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Papa Noel Christmas Trees has eight locations near Austin and San Antonio. While many other Christmas tree farms in the area have closed for the season, Papa Noel received a new shipment on December 11, 2017. You can still get your Noble or Frasier fir for your home’s holiday celebration.

Elgin Christmas Tree Farm

Christmas Tree Farms Elgin Christmas Tree Farm

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Though the choose and cut fields at Elgin Christmas Tree Farm have closed for the year, you can still visit to purchase pre-cut trees, but get there quickly as the last day this farm will be open for 2017 will be Friday, December 15. The farm will only be open from 10 to 2 each day this week, so hurry over to get your tree while they last.

Brungot Farms

Christmas Tree Farms Brungot Farm

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If you cannot get out of the house, why not have your tree delivered to you? You can by ordering online from Brungot Farms, located north of Austin, or you can visit the lot location for the cut tree sales at the Twin Lakes YMCA in Cedar Park. Though many Christmas tree farms in Texas grow the trees here, the hot weather is not ideal for these evergreens. Brungot Farms does things a little differently. It acquires its trees from North Carolina. From there, the trees are freshly cut and treated to maintain their aroma and longevity.