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12/20/09 8:45 A

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I live out in the woods and often there are trees growing together that won't grow much because they are crowded out by other trees. So I will select a tree that needs to be taken out so others can grow up to be a great big full tree, or one that will be eventually cut anyway because it happens to be growing too close to the side of the road.

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12/19/09 1:57 P

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I do not celebrate Xmas anymore, when I did (I had kids) we used the same tree for years... WE bought it when it was 2 feet tall (and my son was one), in the end, my son was 8 yo and the tree (in a vase) was 7 feet tall... It was cool.

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12/17/09 11:02 A

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I'm using my artificial tree I've had for 15 years. I put a pine branch in a vase for scent, some ornaments. I don't like to buy anything new.

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12/16/09 11:18 A

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12/16/09 9:22 A

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We usually go cut down our own tree for Christmas but this year I wanted to go greener and not kill a tree.

So . . . we decide to go buy a live pine tree and after the holiday (in spring) plant it in our yard.

We went yesterday and bought 2 trees because they were small. We get them home and THEN I read the tag. They cannot be placed in under 45 degree temps. We live in Michigan the temp drops below zero frequently.

We apparently bought ourselves 2 indoor pine trees.

AT least they're pretty. lol

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