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Author Topic: Fir greens for Christmas wreaths  (Read 85 times)

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Offline Wallys World

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Fir greens for Christmas wreaths
« on: September 12, 2017, 04:22:52 pm »
After dealing with a tree farm in Northeast Pennsylvania for about 20 years, the owner passed away last year at the age of 91. I dealt with his daughter last year but last Sunday his son called and said that the lawyers recommended since no one was maintaining the farm that no one should go in for trees. So i am now in search of preferably Concolor fir trees, Canaan, or Douglas fir. I am willing to travel (we were going 400 miles to get the Concolor) so if anyone knows of a old tree farm or a wholesaler in NY, PA, MD, WV, VA, or TN let me know. I am also searching the web but some people still don't use it.
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Re: Fir greens for Christmas wreaths
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2017, 10:03:35 pm »
You might want to try googling each states Christmas tree growers association
This is VA;
Everything down here is Fraser fir that I know of.