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Mini Christmas trees

Steve asks:

Any Boston area places still selling mini Xmas trees? Do any tree farms around here cut minis?

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i can't believe i am about to say this, but stop buying cut trees. buy an artificial one and use it for years to come.

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Roche bros at downtown crossing also has them.

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There's a place that has trees every year that are apartment sized and by most standards "mini"

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https://www.christmastree4me.com/host-a-pop-up-tree-farm

Pop ups at Dorchester Brewing this year

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Allsndale Farm in Chestnut Hill had mini trees as of this past Sunday.

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Fern Florist at Church Park (200-ish Mass Ave, across from the Mother Church, by the CVS) typically has a variety of smaller trees and table-top trees. I haven't wandered over yet this year, but have always had luck with them the last 8 or 9 years. Close enough to walk to Orange and Green lines.

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"Cut a mini" is the veal of trees. Bah humbug.

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I'd say the basset hound

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Unless you're going to a cut your own forest, all the trees you see for sale have been grown specifically for the purpose. The mini ones might even be planned thinning of a field of trees that will let the remaining ones grow larger.

And for people who decry the cutting of trees every year, those trees do a lot of good for the air as they're growing. And the only reason they get planted in the first place is because people can make a living from them.

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The lot on the corner of Bowdin and Washington Street (4 Corners) has small trees. Great guy and quality trees.

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Whole Foods Symphony (on Westland Ave) has smaller trees for $50, I think.

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has apt sized smaller trees in their lot on Harvard Ave.

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You might consider buying a small fragrant rosemary tree. After you’ve finished celebrating Christmas you can use the branches when roasting meats and vegetables...it won’t go to waste! Buy one at Whole Foods or a similar market.

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Mini Me is selling them for one million dollars!

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