With the big day just two weeks away, there is still plenty of time to grab your Christmas tree.
House Mountain Christmas Tree Farm still has six-thousand trees spread out over twenty five acres.
Zach Henry started the tree farm in 1997.
Henry said there is still plenty of time to pick up the saw and cut down the perfect tree.
Many people have been coming here for years, and he said this year, the trees are nice and full.
"This year was a very good year for Christmas trees. We had some dry years in the past and the dry years causes trees to be thin. We had a wet year this year and the trees had more foliage and having more foliage is usually better," said Henry.
The tree farm is in Corryton and opened Monday through Saturday from 9-5 and on Sunday from 1-5.