ALBERTVILLE, Ala. – Several folks braved the rain Friday to pick a dwelling tree from Frazier Farms in Albertville.
There are a whole bunch of timber of a number of varieties on the farm.
Brooke Taylor and her household made their first go to to the farm on Friday.
“We just thought it would be a good experience to come out and cut down a tree instead of buying a fake one every year,” stated Taylor. “It was a good experience for our family and picking out a tree together and having family time.”
Farm proprietor Susan Frazier stated they restrict their gross sales to 300 every year.
“We have to give them a chance to grow and get bigger,” stated Frazier. “There’s so many people with taller ceilings now.”
Frazier stated after her husband’s mom died in 2010, her husband planted the timber to present to preoccupy himself. They have been promoting timber since 2013.
Frazier instructed WHNT News 19 that the drought this 12 months prompted some of the timber to not fill out fully, however she expects them to be good for subsequent 12 months.
She and her husband are additionally increasing for the longer term. They planted 2,400 new timber this previous spring.
“Arizona Cyprus and Leland Cyprus and Thujas. A lot of our customers like the Thujas. They have a little bit stronger limbs and they smell like fruit loops,” laughed Frazier.
With the expansion of the native enterprise, comes a neighborhood financial enhance to space fuel stations, the co-op, and extra money on the pockets of native staff.
Frazier Farms provides households the total Christmas expertise with sweet canes, vacation music, decorations, and lots of Christmas timber.
“Just wanted to bring families together. It was kind of a ministry and it still is. It’s fun. It gets us in the spirit. Probably they bless us more than we do them,” stated Frazier.
The expertise on Friday is one thing the Taylor household stated they’ll always remember.
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