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    Only put ours up today, ended up getting a real one :-) first time, and I'm quite liking it.

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    $60 a Masters. Although where we are, they weren't very good quality, drought has been affecting the quality of the trees.

    I got one anyway and it is a little sad looking - but isn't that what decorations are for?? hehe, and the smell is delicious, smells like Christmas - sigh!

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    For those who get real trees how much are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    $60 a Masters. Although where we are, they weren't very good quality, drought has been affecting the quality of the trees.

    I got one anyway and it is a little sad looking - but isn't that what decorations are for?? hehe, and the smell is delicious, smells like Christmas - sigh!
    Ours cost $70 from one of our local growers, it's about 1.8m, the sell by size.

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    Where are you though? As far as I can tell, our closet local grower is a one hour and 40 minute drive away. We used to have a couple closer but for some reason they aren't doing it this year.

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    Ours cost $70 from one of our local growers, it's about 1.8m, the sell by size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    Where are you though? As far as I can tell, our closet local grower is a one hour and 40 minute drive away. We used to have a couple closer but for some reason they aren't doing it this year.
    In WA... Quite close to a few growers :-)

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    Hehe, thanks Amy - I'm in NSW though I noticed some really awesome xmas tree farms in Sydney - but I just can't justify a 7 hour (on a good day) round trip to get them

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    In WA... Quite close to a few growers :-)

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    Our tree has been up for a week, finally posting the pic, bit late blue, green and white theme this year...
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    This is my Mum's little tree on the coffee table. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1417950690.940668.jpg

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    How is everyone so good at decorating? I am shocking! You don't want to see the back of my tree LOL it's rather bare I'm so lazy😣


 

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