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Real Christmas Trees Give Back to the Environment

November 17, 2011


The allure of an artificial Christmas tree is obvious: reusable, dependably lush and symmetrical, and best of all, mess-and maintenance-free. But convenience has an environmental price tag, making fresh, fragrant, real trees a better choice. Artificial trees are made from materials such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and metal and are often imported from China. Because they cannot be recycled, artificial trees end up in landfills when they are no longer useful.  – read the rest at

Repotted Garden Solutions right here in Oak Cliff now has fresh cut and live Christmas trees in stock!  You can keep the live trees alive in a pot in your house over the Christmas holiday and then plant them afterwards.

Says Repotted, “We have ‘Baby Blue Eyes’ Spruce which is a dwarf variety of spruce that performs well in our climate. It will grow a few inches a year. We have them in 18-24″, 30-36″ and 4-5′ sizes. The largest one is extra heavy so it will take a couple of people to transport it. Come take a look!”

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