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Patch Readers Weigh In On Best Local Christmas Tree Lots

We asked, you answered, and now we're sharing.

Fairfax City Patch Facebook fan Cassandra posted this photo of her Christmas tree, purchased at Joe's in Chantilly. (Courtesy Photo)
Fairfax City Patch Facebook fan Cassandra posted this photo of her Christmas tree, purchased at Joe's in Chantilly. (Courtesy Photo)
Christmas tree lots around the country starting sprouting up bright and early Friday morning, the day after Thanksgiving.

So, we want to know—where's the best place to buy a Christmas tree in the Fairfax area?

We posted the question to our Facebook fans Sunday evening, and got a lot of great responses (and even one photo of an already-decorated tree!). 

Here's what they had to say. 

Add your two centswhere do you think is the best place to get a Christmas tree in the local area? Tell us in the comments below.

Cassandra said, "Joe's Christmas Trees in Chantilly! $40 any size/variety!" and snapped the above photo of her already-decorated tree. She said Joe's is located at 42550 Sweetwater Lane in Chantilly.

Janette said, "Fairfax High School stadium gate on Rebel Run, hosted by the FHS Baseball team. All proceeds go to the boosters."

Brian said "Knights of Columbus at St. Leo's."

Julia said "Costco."

Meggan said, "Home Depot. Lacks the charm, but fantastic trees from southern Virginia for only 35 dollars. Hard to beat. They have always lasted five weeks in our house."

Lucia said, "Merrifield Garden Center!"

Barbara said, "The Lions are selling trees at St. Peter's in the Woods on 123 in Fairfax Station, just south of Burke Center Parkway."

Tell us your favorite tree lot in the comments below.


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Sarah Hamaker December 03, 2013 at 09:00 AM
We always buy our tree from the Clifton Lion's Club at University Mall because of the friendly service (cut off the low branches, tie it on top of my car, etc.) and that the proceeds go to charity. Plus the trees are nice and fresh, and have never lost their needles too early. A win-win in our book.
B N December 03, 2013 at 10:45 AM
Max Tyson of Tysons Farms, a favorite Saturday & Sunday Farmers' Market vendor, is selling Christmas trees, wreaths, and roping at the corner of Reston Pkwy and Sunrise Valley Drive in Reston (11890 Sunrise Valley Drive). The trees are fresh cut out of Moorefield, WV. Help support our farmers' market vendors until we re-open in May 2014.
lynnhampton December 04, 2013 at 07:17 AM
For years, we have bought our tree from Eastern Market. The sellers are also the people that cut the trees. They will tell you when the tree was cut. The trees keep drinking water all the way through the holidays.
Tim Cooke December 05, 2013 at 08:42 AM
The Knights of Columbus at St. Leo's. They not only have a great selection of trees, they offer great service as well. All the proceeds go to Charity. Additionally, they sell Christmas cards and other items as well.

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