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Mistletoe Meadows

583 Burnt Hill Road

Mistletoe Meadows is an awarding-winning Christmas tree farm in North Carolina owned by Joe Freeman. Celebrating 26 years, this NC Christmas tree farm is a multifaceted business that employs approximately 100 people during the busy Christmas season. Mistletoe Meadows specializes in growing Fraser Fir trees, a species native to the North Carolina Mountains.

With Joe's focus on superior-quality trees and greenery, Mistletoe Meadows has won numerous state and national awards. In 2007, Joe Freeman was the National Grand Champion Grower, the most prestigious honor a tree grower can receive, and the farm provided the official White House Christmas tree for the Blue Room to First Lady Laura Bush.

Although this Christmas tree farm in NC has won many awards, as Joe says, "Families making lifetime memories and celebrating their Christmas with a real tree are the heart of my business."

Whether you are looking for a choose and cut farm or a retail location, Mistletoe Meadows is a family-friendly destination with farm fresh trees.


Billie Shew

Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017
Everyone there was so friendly and made you feel like they were glad you came. Even though they were busy they didn't make you feel rushed to get a tree and get out. My kid's loved the hot chocolate they offered after picking a tree out. They had beautiful wreaths of all sizes and the prices were great! My children and I truly had a wonderful experience and will go back next year.

Mollie Anderson

Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017
Met by Santa in the parking lot!! Well run, healthy trees, pleasant people to work with. Will definitely come back next year!!

Daniel Schavey

Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016
Warning!! The owner doesn't return phone calls, and has really messed up our wreath season by not fulfilling orders. We have ordered from here for 4 years, and this is the second year in a row that our order has been delayed by 2 weeks!! Wreaths and garland are a time sensitive sale, and this has been a disaster for our business. We ordered 1,500 wreaths this year and can't even get the owner to personally call us back to explain why our wreaths are delayed by 2 weeks. We are tired of dealing with Mistletoe Meadows, and will be vigilantly searching for a new supplier for next year. It's a shame.

Douglas Eller

Friday, Feb. 2, 2018

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