Philadelphia residents can start dropping off their Christmas trees for recycling on Monday, January 6th.
By Jim Donovan: Too busy to go shopping for a Christmas tree? Well tomorrow, Thursday December 5th you can use your smartphone and have a Christmas tree delivered right to your door. Uber is teaming […]
For a total of $135, a netted Frazer Fir, seven to eight feet tall and fixed with a stand, will be delivered from Home Depot to your door.
They may look like Christmas trees, but ‘deciduous conifers’ don’t stay ever green through the winter.
This holiday season, deck the halls with green decor, re-purposed wrapping paper and LED Christmas lights.
As the New Year turns, many real Christmas trees will soon find a second life as garden mulch thanks to community recycling programs. You can also recycle your tree yourself at home. Here are a few tips.
The Streets Department says it is offering an environmentally friendly alternative for the disposal of your Christmas tree after the holidays.
I always like to get one that has extra branches at the bottom that we’ll need to cut off for it to fit in the tree stand. That’s because branches are great for decorating and spreading that Christmas-tree scent around the house.
Two things are true – real Christmas trees are thirsty and they’re sticky. Here are two real solutions to keep your tree fresh and your hands clean.
“It sounds a little counterintuitive because you hear us greenies tell you all the time, ‘reusable this, reusable that,’ ” notes a Sierra Club editor.
Many people wait to last minute to buy their Christmas trees.
If you’re tired of having Christmas tree needles all over your floor… sweep them up and toss them in your garden – evergreen boughs and needles make good mulch.
A South Street business is selling trendy Christmas trees and ornaments that may tickle your fancy.
Tree growers have been experimenting with new types of Christmas trees and some new ones are starting to hit the markets.