Christmas Tree Farm in Tyler, TX
Welcome to Plantation Pines Christmas tree farm in Tyler, Texas. Bring the whole family and start a new Christmas tradition or continue an old one. Park your car and take a hayride to pick out the perfect Christmas tree. Cut it yourself or we’ll cut it for you. We’ll shake it out, bail it for you, and help you tie it down. Before you go, visit our Christmas gift shop and warm your hands by the fire of our old fashioned wood burning stove. Enjoy a cup of hot chocolate as you relax by the camp fire. Your kids will enjoy farm animals and making s’mores.
Plantation Pines is and has been family owned and operated by the Wiggins since the early 80’s. Plantation Pines began with Kent and Juanita Wiggins as a blueberry farm and grew from there. Around 1988-89 Nick and Nancy Wiggins, while they were still dating, planted Christmas trees on Hwy 69 just south of Tyler Pipe. Some of you may even remember our farm on the highway. Man, that was back in the day!
We have been at our current location since the early 90’s and have seen many families grow with us on the farm. We have been blessed to watch many families come together, play together, laugh together and pick out that perfect tree together. Now it is time for Nick and Nancy Wiggins to pass the family farm down to our children.
Our daughter, Heather Wiggins Reed along with her husband Burren Reed and our son Marshal Wiggins is gearing up to take over the farm for our 2017 selling season!
We love to celebrate the birth of our savior at Christmas time and share our joy with people from all over East Texas. So come on out for some family fun on the farm. You’ll leave with a beautiful Christmas tree and some great Christmas memories.
Dates & Hours: Today, Friday, December 9, 2016 is our last day to sell trees. We will be open from 3:30-5:30 only.
We have had a great season this year, so great that our inventory is running low. With this in mind we realize that we need to make some sudden adjustments. That being said today, Friday, December 9th will be our last day to be open for the our 2016 selling season. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause, and we truly want to continue the traditions that you all have in place.
Please know that there will be a good supply of trees for next year. Partly because of holding onto our to our trees in the field this year as well as increasing the supply of Frasier Fir trees that we will bring in from North Carolina.
Thank you all in advance for your patience in this and may God bless you for it. Merry CHRISTmas from the Wiggins family and we hope to see your family next year!