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    ‘O Christmas Tree:’ Where to buy locally grown trees in Loudoun

    Picking out a scotch pine at the Ticonderoga Farms in South Riding Nov. 26, 2013, Ruben and Candice Burgos of Gainesville and their sons, Evan and Eliam (not shown), intend to begin a family tradition of cutting their own Christmas tree for the holidays.Times-Mirror Photo/Tin Nguyen
    Area residents will soon be searching for this year’s Christmas tree to start the holiday season, and The Loudoun County Department of Economic Development has just issued the “Christmas in the Loudoun Valleys: 2014 Guide to Trees, Greens and Holiday Floral Products.” The printed guide features:

    • Participating Loudoun County tree farms and other outlets where you can choose and cut your own tree and purchase evergreens or locally grown poinsettia plants

    • A detailed map showing farm locations

    • A tree care guide

    • Information on fun activities taking place this holiday season in Loudoun.

    “Many people don’t realize that seven years of care go into every Loudoun-grown tree. Purchasing from the farms in this guide is a terrific way to not only support our local growers, but to make lasting family memories as you visit their farms, select a tree and bring the holidays into your home,” said Loudoun County Director of Economic Development Buddy Rizer.

    Many of the farms open for the season the day after Thanksgiving. For specific farm information, and to receive a copy of the guide, visit

    Badlands, 38828 Old Wheatland Road, Waterford. 540-882-3218.

    Blue Ridge Tree and Berry Farm, 13879 Bronco Lane, Lovettsville. 540-882-3353.

    Brossman’s Farm, 14740 James Monroe Hwy., Lucketts. 703-777-4432.

    Buttonwood Farm, 22042 Newlin Mill Road, Middleburg. 540-687-3260.

    Country Loving Farm, 40830 Red Hill Road, Leesburg. 571-241-2829.

    Day Star Farm, 41374 Reservoir Road, Leesburg. 571-241-2829.

    Loudoun Nursery Inc., 16463 Short Hill Road, Purcellville. 540-338-4635.

    Lowelands Farm, 21344 Steptoe Hill Road, Middleburg. 540-687-6923.

    Middleburg Christmas Tree Farm, Christmas Tree Lane, Round Hill. 540-554-8625.

    Milltown Creek Tree Farms, 38757 Householder Road, Lovettsville. 540-822-5428.

    Pruitt’s Little Farm, 16477 Woodgrove Road, Round Hill. 540-338-2852.

    Snickers Gap Tree Farm, 34350 Williams Gap Road, Leesburg. 540-554-8323.

    Stonehaven Farm, 37268 Bolyn Road, Purcellville. 703-328-3418.

    Ticonderoga Farm, 26469 Ticonderoga Road, Chantilly.703-327-4424.

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