Appalachian Evergreens

Appalachian Evergreens

In 1933, my grandfather, Charles Cole "Charlie" Wilcox founded Appalachian Evergreens. For the past 76 years, their Fraser Fir Christmas trees and wreaths have been handmade from fresh cut evergreens to ensure the highest quality products for their customers.


Their beautiful 30"- 40" Fraser Fir Table Top Tree is a real Christmas tree freshly cut from one of their farms, with an attached water cup and stand to make tree decoration easy and keep the tree fresh for the entire holiday season. The perfect gift for those with limited space or additional decorating needs, such as a foyer or child's room!

Appalachian Evergreens
1371 Nc Highway 194 N, Boone, NC 28607
Phone: 828.264.1609
Fax: 828.264.7602

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