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« on: December 22, 2012, 09:43:48 PM »

I didn't drag up the "A Tree isn't just for Christmas" thread. maybe I should have!

Anyway, I was thinking today and got the idea for this thread.  I am looking for volunteers to donate their used Christmas trees when they have finished with them.  And here's why.

For the second time in, eh, 12 years, An Bord Gais has dug up a big area and not relandscaped it .  So, with that in mind, I was considering planting the used christmas trees in the area instead.  

PM me if you're about to drop off a tree. Or send a FB PM  if you know me.  And I'll scout around and plant it. D'accord???

Here is the location....

when they get old and brown and disfigured, I'll dispose of them...  Wink
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