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Christmas Tree Farm Requires Work All Year Round

(Hawarden) -- In addition to purchasing Christmas gifts following the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend, many people get into the Holiday mood by selecting a Christmas tree.   Robin Miller of the T & S Christmas Tree farm of Hawarden says this past weekend is the busiest weekend for Christmas tree sales.
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Miller says firs seem to be the most popular tree for Christmas, but they are also the most expensive.
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Miller says caring for Christmas trees is a year-round project and she says due to this summer's drought she spent a good deal of time watering her Christmas trees.

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The Christmas Tree grower says consumers can cut their own tree, or pick one that has already been cut.

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