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Tree farms report brisk business

Customers not cutting back on family tradition

Chris Kulak starts organizing the assorted firs that are available for sale at Kulak's Nursery & Landscaping in Rexford Friday morning.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Chris Kulak starts organizing the assorted firs that are available for sale at Kulak's Nursery & Landscaping in Rexford Friday morning.
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The sale of cut-your-own Christmas trees got off to a fast start on Friday, thanks to mostly sunny weather with temperatures in the 40s. “We sold more than 120 trees,” said Chip Ellms, owner of Ellms Christmas Trees at 468 Charlton Road in the town of Charlton. “We were much busier than we thought we would be,” Ellms said. He usually sells between 50 and 60 trees the day after Thanksgiving. The good weather and ...


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