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Christmas Trees for Sale in Chastain Park

November 28, 2011

Christmas in the post-War United StatesOver the weekend the Chastain Park Conservancy fired up the Christmas Tree Sale in the Red Lot on Powers Ferry Rd in Chastain Park.  The theme this year is “Buy a Tree, Recycle a Tree, Plant a Tree”.  After Christmas you will be able to return the tree to the Red Lot where it will be ground up and the mulch will be used throughout the park.  You will also receive a tree sapling to plant in your yard.  Here are all of the details from an email I received from the Conservancy:

The Chastain Park Conservancy Christmas Tree Fundraising Program will once again feature beautiful Fraser fir trees from the Blue Ridge Mountains provided by Barefoot Mountain Farms.   A portion of the proceeds will go to the CPC and your Park!

Come to the Chastain Park Red Lot (located just north of the Horse Park on Powers Ferry Road) today to buy your trees, wreaths and garland.

The CPC tree lot will be open Monday through Friday from 2:00 to 8:00 PM
and on Saturday & Sunday from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM

For those customers who would like to order a tree over 12 feet, we offer custom cut trees up to 18 feet.

Delivery and set up service is also available for an nominal fee.

Should you like to order a custom cut tree or set up a delivery time, call (404) 307-5287.

After the holidays, you can bring your tree back for recycling and receive a free tree sapling to plant at home. Chips will used for trails in the park. 

So remember — buy a tree, recycle a tree and plant a tree!

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