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The Good Shepherd Tree Farm is located in the beautiful Blackberry Valley just south of Blowing Rock, NC. The farm is 120 acres, with 6 acres full of native Fraser Fir trees.

Approximately 6,500 Fraser Fir trees were planted in 2005.  In 2012, we began selling our trees to families for Christmas. The majority of our trees are considered premium, which is the highest grade. We have thousands of available trees to choose from, with heights ranging from 5 to 11 feet. Most of them are 7 to 8 feet tall.

We invite you to visit and let us become part of your Christmas tradition. You can select any tree on the property and we will cut it down, wrap it and secure it to your vehicle. Wreaths and garland are also available. We welcome any type of special order of up to 5,000 Christmas trees, wreaths and/or garland.

Bill Davis

Owner, Good Shepherd Tree Farm



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GST_Logo_outlinesPlease call for a quantity over 50 – 5,000 trees. Retailers/charities are encouraged to come visit and pick out trees they desire anytime in early fall.

October 1 2013 update– I will need to sell at least 1500 trees this year, so far 950 have been sold. I think the best way for me to sell the trees is to have educated buyers personally inspect the trees, as they are very nice in shape, size, color and health.




Get in Touch

Contact Information

icn_phone   704-607-2300

icn_address   2155 Blackberry Road, Boone, NC 28607
(Corner of Blackberry and Orchard Lane)

icn_mail   bdavis@goodshepherdtrees.com

icn_clock   Hours: Fri – Sun: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm


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From Boone/Blowing Rock

- Hwy 321 to Blue Ridge Parkway
- Blue Ridge Parkway north for 3.7 mi.
- Turn left onto Aho Rd. for 0.6 mi.
- Left on Blackberry for 2 mi.

From Charlotte/Hickory/Lenoir

- Hwy 321 north
- Right onto Blackberry Rd (at St. Mark’s church and approximately 3 mi. before Blowing Rock)
- Blackberry for approximately 3.5 mi.
- Good Shepherd Trees on right




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