Seasons Greetings from the Huebners
First of all, we hope this finds you & your family well this most unusual holiday season.
Second, we have some important news to relay to you. After much discussion and prayers, we made the difficult decision to retire from the Christmas tree farm business. So, Huebner Christmas Tree Farm is now Closed.
However, we want you to continue your family tradition of a real Christmas tree. Here's how to find out about other Christmas tree farms in our area. Go to the website texaschristmastrees.com and to "Find a Farm." Look under "Houston region," where Bryan/College Station area & Huntsville are included. Check the farm's listing to see the days & hours they are open (some just on weekends), directions, phone number, etc. Here are 5 farms we are familiar with:
Tim's Trees — Wheelock area, on FM 391, off OSR & Hwy. 46, has Virginia Pines, Leyland Cypress (the allergy-free tree), and Blue Ice.
Tanglewood Christmas Trees — a brand new farm, grows Virginia Pines. Located just down the road from Aggieland Safari, off FM 974.
Crossed Creek Christmas Trees — also off FM 974 just down from Aggieland Safari, has Virginia Pines.
Kelumac Christmas Tree Farm — located further West off OSR, has Virginia Pines, a few Leylands, small Blue Ice, pre-cut Fraser Firs & Wreaths.
A-C Tree Farm in Huntsville — has Virginia Pines, Leyland Cypress, Carolina Saphires, pre-cut Fraser Firs & Wreaths. You can even make your own wreath; retail shop & a few things for kids to do.
Or if you're just looking for Fraser Firs, here are 2 lots to check out in College Station: Farm Patch Christmas Tree lot in the big tents off University Drive (across from the Hilton); and the CS Noon Lions Club lot, at 2605 Texas Ave. on King Cole, next to the former College Station police station.
If you have any questions, call us at 903-344-1132 or email email@example.com
We will definitely miss seeing you and your family during the Christmas season. Many of you have been coming here every year since we opened, and we've watched your children and/or grandchildren grow up…
We are still here … but are focusing on our fruit farm. Huebner Berry Patch & Fruit Farm will open up when the first blackberries ripen — around the end of May or first of June. And if weather conditions will cooperate, we should have peaches by mid June. Please check our website: huebnerberrypatch.com for more information, actual date we'll open, picking conditions & more. Hope to see you next summer!
We wish you a Merry Christmas, & a Happy & Healthy New Year!
Steve & Carole Huebner