The 1st and Only Christmas Tree Farm in Angelina County!

Yes that’s right, we have over 2000 trees on the farm! 200 of those were planted this year! We urge you to come out and reap the benefits of our labor!

Things to consider when searching for that perfect Christmas Tree at Kendrick Farms!

  • Bow saws are provided, If you must use a chainsaw, you must bring your own!
  • Twine is provided to secure your tree to your vehicle
  • Restroom facilities and plenty of onsite parking are provided
  • Customers may tag a tree early and cut it at a later date (Based on the honor system. Someone could remove your tag)
  • Pets with a friendly demeanor are welcome, provided they are on a leash
  • Trees are shaken mechanically to remove loose debris
  • Tree bailing services are available
  • Candy canes are provided for the kiddos
  • Cash or check only (not credit or debit cards at this time)
Beautiful Sunset on the Farm

Tons of Beautiful Trees to Choose From!

Come out and snag yours before the pickings get scarce! The tree disapear fast, so get em while we got em!

Virginia Pines

These branches are stout and woody and respond very well to trimming.  It is small to medium in size and its foliage becomes extremely dense.  Aside from being a good nesting place for woodpeckers, the Virginia Pine continues to be the most popular tree in the South! A large majority of our trees are Pines.
  • Strong branches enabling it to hold heavy ornaments
  • Dark green needles are 1 1/2″ – 3″ long in twisted pairs
  • Strong aromatic pine scent
  • A popular Southern Christmas Tree
Virginia Pine Christmas Trees

Leyland Cypress Christmas Trees

Leyland Cypress

The most popular Christmas tree in the South-East, the Leyland Cypress is dark green – grey in color and has very little aroma. Because it is not in the Pine or Fir family, it does not produce sap, so that those with an allergy to sap can still enjoy a Leyland as their Christmas Tree.
  • Foliage is dark green to gray color
  • It has upright branches with a feathery appearance
  • A light scent
  • Good choice for people with allergies to other Christmas trees

Carolina Saphire

This cultivar was developed at Clemson University and has become a popular Christmas Tree choice in the southeastern United States. The dense foliage has a light blue – green color and has yellow flowers during the summer. The tree’s pleasant aroma smells like a cross between a lemon and mint leaves.
  • Light color as if it has been flock naturally
  • Wonderful smell
  • Very beautiful tree for those who want something a little different
Carolina Saphire Christmas Trees

Blue Ice Christmas Trees

Blue Ice

A cultivar of the Arizona Cypress, this silvery-blue tree has a citrus aroma and narrow steeple shape. It’s mostly found in the Gulf states, Georgia and South Carolina. The branches support small lights, tinsel and a few ornaments, but nothing too heavy.
  • Beautiful silvery blue color
  • Great choice for narrow spaces
  • Also, a very beautiful tree for those who want something a little different


A rare new species that looks somewhat like the Leyland Cypress but has a darker green color, stronger limbs, and a more open appearance. It also has a good house life like the Leyland Cypress. It seems to grow just a little faster than the Leyland Cypress. We have a very limited select of this tree.
  • Strong branches enabling it to hold heavy ornaments
  • It has upright branches with a feathery appearance
  • A light scent
Notabilis Christmas Trees