Buttonwood Farm

Buttonwood Farm 
(formerly White Oak Christmas Trees, est. 1978)
Conservation Award winning farm has been in the family since 1956. Won the Loudoun County Clean Water Farm of the Year Award in 2010 in recognition of our conservation efforts to protect our streams and the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

The Christmas Tree fields enjoy commanding views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and contain acres of hand pruned, chemical and pesticide free trees to choose from, including Blue Spruce, Canaan Fir, Concolor Fir, Norway Spruce, and White Pine.

We will provide a sharp hand saw and then shake and bale your tree. Twine and assistance available to load your tree onto your car. Free hot spiced cider and candy canes.

We participate in the Virginia Finest and Virginia Grown programs and are members of the VCTGA .

Directions: We are located in western Loudon County just north of Fauquier County border.

From the East – From the traffic signal in Middleburg, go west on Route 50 (John Mosby Highway) 3.4 miles to Saint Louis Road (Route 790), take a right to go north on Saint Louis Road for 1.7 miles to Newlin Mill Road on the left. Go .8 miles on Newlin Mill Road to Buttonwood Farm entrance on right.

From the West – From the Post Office in the center of Upperville, go east on Route 50 (John Mosby Highway) 4.6 miles to Saint Louis Road (Route 790), take a left to go north on Saint Louis Road for 1.7 miles to Newlin Mill Road on the left. Go .8 miles on Newlin Mill Road to Buttonwood Farm entrance on right.