Best Places for Real Christmas Trees Near Cary: Top 3 Picks

Check out these three Christmas tree lots around Cary!

With Thanksgiving behind us, ’tis the season to begin an important tradition for many families: finding a Christmas tree.

Get ready to spruce up your holiday festivities, Cary, because we’ve uncovered the top three spots where you can leaf your worries behind and pick the perfect Christmas tree. From evergreen elegance to pine perfection, these tree-mendous locations are sure to make your holiday season a bough-wow experience!

The tree puns will end now. I apologize for putting you through that.

Here are three places you can find a Christmas tree in or near Cary, in no particular order.

#1. Phillips Farm (Cary only)


Address: 6720 Good Hope Church Road, Cary, NC

Phillips Farm began selling its Christmas trees this year on Black Friday and will continue to do so until Sunday, December 17th. In addition to the trees, you can also shop with various holiday vendors at the farm, as well as participate in a wine and wreath-making class! You can find information about their current hours and details on the website here.

#2. State Farmers Market


Address: 1201 Agriculture St. Raleigh, NC

The State Farmers Market has hundreds of trees available for sale this year. Located just 10 minutes from the edge of Cary, the State Farmers Market is a huge collection of local vendors that is open 7 days a week. Various events are held at the State Farmers Market, which you can be made aware of by following their Facebook page here.

#3. Neighbor Boy Country Store


Address: 1008 Davis Drive, Apex, NC

Neighbor Boy Country Store is a family-owned business that actually began as just a seasonal Christmas tree lot, but expanded to have a year-round country store which quickly became a staple in the Apex community. They will be selling Christmas trees until they are sold out. You can view information on their website here, and visit their Facebook page here for daily updates.

Best of luck finding your tree, and have a tree-rific holiday season!

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