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Notes From Dawn, along with the environment, thanks everyone who chooses a real tree this season.

Real is a nature friendly choice. Made in the USA, our Fraser Fir will have been grown on a farm, not made in a factory. It’s 100% biodegradable and is a renewable resource. Now that’s something to sing about!

Sheet music for "O Tannenbaum"

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Use these links to read about how real trees help the environment and for some interesting facts about the Fraser Fir.

ncchristmastrees.com/environmental-issues.php

ncchristmastrees.com/fraser-fir-trees.php

 

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Notes From Dawn, along with the environment, thanks everyone who chooses a real tree this season.

Real is a nature friendly choice. Made in the USA, our Fraser Fir was grown on a farm, not made in a factory. It’s 100% biodegradable and is a renewable resource.

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Use these links to read about how real trees help the environment and for some interesting facts about the Fraser Fir.

ncchristmastrees.com/environmental-issues.php

ncchristmastrees.com/fraser-fir-trees.php

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This year we chose a beautiful Fraser Fir.

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Made in the USA, this beauty was grown on a farm, not made in a factory. It’s 100% biodegradable and is a renewable resource.

Know how to care for your cut Christmas tree? Read here. 

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On Saturday we had a beautiful 70 degree day to look for our Christmas tree. This will be our first South Carolina Christmas.

Leyland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire, and Eastern Red Cedar were unfamiliar Christmas tree varieties that we considered but ultimately we went with our traditional White Pine.




What are the environmental benefits of real Christmas trees? Read here.

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