Western North Carolina tree farm sold out for 2017 season - FOX Carolina 21

Western North Carolina tree farm sold out for 2017 season

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(FOX Carolina)/Nov. 27, 2017 (FOX Carolina)/Nov. 27, 2017
HAYWOOD CO., NC (FOX Carolina) -

It's not even December 1st and tree farms are already running out of trees, including one in Haywood County that completely sold out of them.

Boyd Mountain Christmas Tree Farm posted a message on its website stating the farm did not have any trees left.

"We're sorry we have Sold Out! We do not have any trees left for Choose N Cut at the farm for 2017 hope we will see you next year. Merry Christmas to All," the message read.

The tree farm posted a longer message on its Facebook page stating why they sold out as well as where the remaining fresh-cut trees and wreaths will be available.

The high demand this season is leading to shortages in the Upstate as well.

The best advice for those wanting a real tree to decorate this Christmas is to buy early.

RELATED COVERAGE: High demand for "choose and cut" Christmas trees could impact supply in South Carolina

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