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Where Did You Get Your Christmas Tree?

Neighbors helping neighbors find the perfect tree

As the Christmas holiday approaches, tree sellers are popping up all over, offering different kinds, sizes and prices of trees. 

Picking just the right tree, at just the right price, can be a tall order. So in the interest of neighbors helping neighbors, we're asking you three questions:

1.) Where did you get your tree?
2.) How much did you pay?
3.) Are you satisfied with your purchase?

Please leave your answers in the comments in the hope that others will heed your advice and everyone who wants one can have nice Christmas tree this year.
Betsy Cote-Uhl December 14, 2013 at 07:52 AM
Have been purchasing tree from Pattersons tree farm in howell for about 13 years....tag the day after thanksgiving, cut before Christmas. 10.00/foot this year. Always happy with our tree....stays fresh for a long time- even after its at the curb, you can see the sap at the bottom..... family run farm on Adelphia Rd, large selection of tree sizes, from small to "no way", keep the local guys in business!!!
Oat 1 December 14, 2013 at 08:41 AM
I've been purchasing my Christmas tree from Conover Farm's on Hurley Pond Road in Wall Township for the past three years and they're absolutely perfect beautiful trees. The folks who own the farm are great and you get to pick & tag your tree the Saturday after Thanksgiving. It stays in the ground until your ready to pick it up when they cut it down and you pay for it. There's a large selection of trees that are outstanding. This year I bought a 10 foot gorgeous tree for $80.
WallWonder! December 17, 2013 at 12:25 PM
Bought mine this year at Holly Brook. Nice selection, good prices but even though they said it was cut only 1 week prior, it's extremely dry. Lots and lots of needles everywhere! Next year I'm going back to Conovers - always fresh!


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