Eight locations across Middle Tennessee. Click locations below for directions.
Santa's Trees, Wreaths, Garland, and Greenery
Each week, we bring fresh trees back from the Christmas tree farm and deliver them to all eight of our lots. No matter when you shop, you are always getting the freshest products available. All of our trees and greenery are fresh-cut and fragrant – guaranteed.
Premium Fraser Fir Trees
Our Premium Fir has a beautiful shape, extraordinary needle retention and a superior fragrance. It is the #1 choice of all Christmas trees, with a perfect forest-green color and strong branches that are easy to decorate. Our premium trees just can't be found in regular retail stores.
From small to huge, simple to extraordinaire, we got you covered. Our beautiful Fraser Fir tips are hand-selected, fresh and fragrant for every single wreath we create.
We offer wreaths made from traditional Fraser Fir, Boxwood and Multi-select with four different materials.
Garlands and Greenery
We are famous for our fragrant, handwoven garlands! They make stunning accents for doorways, windows, stairways, hearths, balcony railings, mantels...you name it!
We offer garlands made from White Pine, Fraser Fir, Boxwood and Multi-select which contains four different materials.
These wood deer add some serious Christmas charm to your porch, patio, or living room. A delight to both kids and kids at heart. They come in a variety of sizes and features, and adding to the herd has become a seasonal tradition for many of our customers.
Have your tree look like it has been snowed upon. Flocked Trees are available at the Sharondale Location. After selecting your tree there will be a 4 day processing time to make your tree look perfect.
Have your tree professionally lit and save yourself the time and hassle of untangling last year's lights. Visit our Sharondale Location and speak with one of our Treemen about selection and scheduling.
Unfortunately, we have still not heard from our trucker heading in from the west coast. Please check back for an announcement of arrival.
Each holiday season, shoppers find themselves confronted with a choice: celebrate with a fresh, real tree, or one that is artificial plastic or aluminum. What most people don't realize is that the best choice has always been the traditional and natural choice - a Real Christmas Tree.
While they're growing, Real Christmas Trees support life by absorbing carbon dioxide and other gases and emitting fresh oxygen.
The farms that grow Christmas Trees stabilize soil, protect water supplies and provide refuge for wildlife while creating scenic green belts. Often, Christmas Trees are grown on soil that doesn't support other crops.
Real Christmas Trees are grown on farms just like any other crop. To ensure a constant supply, Christmas Tree growers plant one to three new seedlings for every tree they harvest.
On the other hand, artificial trees are a petroleum-based product manufactured primarily in Chinese factories. The average family uses an artificial tree for only six to nine years before throwing it away, where it will remain in a landfill for centuries after disposal.
Real Christmas Trees are biodegradable, which means they can be easily reused or recycled for mulch and other purposes.
Most fake trees (85%) in the U.S. are imported from China. Almost 10 Million fake trees were sold worldwide in 2003.
Most artificial Christmas trees are made of metals and plastics. The plastic material, typically PVC, can be a potential source of hazardous lead. The potential for lead poisoning is great enough that fake trees made in China are required by California Prop 65 to have a warning label.
Overloaded electrical outlets and faulty wires are the most common causes of holiday fires in residences - these are just as likely to affect artificial trees as Real Trees.
In 2004, the Farmington Hills Fire Department in metropolitan Detroit conducted a test of how real and artificial trees react in a house fire. The artificial tree, which was advertised as “flame retardant,” did resist the flames for an amount of time, but then was engulfed in flames and projected significant heat and toxic smoke, containing hydrogen chloride gas and dioxin.
As mentioned before, most artificial trees are manufactured in China and contain PVC (polyvinyl chloride). In fact, artifical Christmas Trees were recently added to the Center for Health, Environment & Justice's list of household products containing PVC.
According to the Children's Health Environmental Coalition, the manufacture of PVC creates and disperses dioxins, which include the most toxic man-made chemical known. Released into air or water, dioxins enter the food chain, where they accumulate in fatty tissues of animals and humans, a potential risk for causing cancer, damaging immune functions and impairing children's development.
This issue is especially concerning due to China's weak enforcement of environmental regulations.
At age 17, Jim McLeod thought it would be fun to set up a small lot and sell Christmas trees. In years past, he had sold trees as a part-time job and enjoyed it enough to venture out on his own. So, he got to work and established his first tree lot on Hillsboro Road in the Grassland area in 1985.
Jim was proud that Santa's Trees was one of Williamson County’s first Christmas tree lots.
As the county grew over time, so did Jim’s business. Santa's Trees expanded from one lot to three lots in the first six years. Now, along with the growth in the greater Nashville area, Santa’s Trees operates eight locations and includes Hillsboro High School, East Nashville Magnet School, 12th South, Brentwood, Cool Springs, Grassland, Hendersonville, and Mt Juliet.
Every Christmas, Jim's 120 staff members are eager to share in the holiday experience. They include seasonal workers, such as teachers, landscapers and musicians, who come back each year to work at the lot. About 15 staff members have been with Santa’s Trees for at least 12 years or more. They say there’s nothing better than selling the centerpiece to so many families’ Christmas, and that’s why they love their job so much.
Not only does Santa’s Trees make tree-shopping enjoyable and informative, it offers a high-quality product at a great value. Since Santa’s Trees began in 1985, Jim has prided himself on selling only premium Fraser Fir Christmas trees. They are freshly cut every week, with a dark green color, lush foliage, excellent needle retention and strong branches. The trees’ ability to withstand heavy ornaments makes them a top seller. Fraser Firs are considered to be the top-of-the-line Christmas tree available.
So come on down to one of Jim's lots, say hello, and check out some of the beautiful Christmas products. Santa's Trees has loved being a part of your holiday tradition for the last 30 plus years and can't wait to share many more with you.
Our 2017 Tree DreamTeam
See our Brentwood Lot at work
One our busiest and longest running lots in the Santa's Trees family
Custom wreaths, table, and mantle arrangements
Stop by our 12th south location for wreaths and Christmas decor.
35 years, $350 Giveaway Contest!
Congratulations to Scott Sherman who won our 35 years/$350 Gift Card contest. We had 263 people register and he was lucky #60. Thank you to all who participated.
Want to join the Santa's Trees Team?
Become part of the Santa's Trees Fraternity of Treemen. Earn great pay while working hard providing Christmas cheer to all our customers.
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