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Christmas Trees Still Available

Christmas Trees Still Available

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It's holiday crunch time--Christmas is now less than a week away.

There's still time to get a Christmas tree, but you won't want to wait too much longer before making your purchase..

One Minot Garden center has a few trees left after selling about 800 fresh Christmas trees this year.

The center's sales are pretty similar to previous years' sales.

While stock is limited this time of year, there are still some trees available to spruce up your home this Christmas.

(Phil Lowe, Lowe's Garden Center & Floral General Manager)"We're down to just a few spruce now. I wouldn't say they're...they're a little bit Charlie Brown, but it's still a Christmas tree and there's something about having a Christmas tree for Christmas. You still can, but the bulk of the tree go out at about the first two weeks of December."

Remember to be watering live trees daily to minimize fire hazards.

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