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Frederick Owens
November 22, 2017

A festival of trees rendition called "Oh Christmas Tree" will be taking place at the People's Bank Theatre this year. Christmas tree retailers across Utah are struggling to stock their lots this year due to a complex but very real shortage of Christmas trees in the Pacific Northwest, where most of Utah's commercial trees are sourced.

Christmas trees for sale in the NY neighborhood of Chelsea.

Some Christmas tree sellers in North Carolina told the Charlotte Observer that they've received so few trees this year that they're anxious about running out before Christmas.

The social media website has found a 240 per cent year on year increase for searches on "hanging Christmas trees" and 255 per cent year on year increase for 'wall Christmas trees.' .

Deputy City Manager Matt Walsh has said the change would keep meters from jamming, which frustrates the public and can cause the kiosks to close. He also said he has heard of shortfalls in the industry.

Celia Goering, president of the Kansas Christmas Tree Growers Association, said some local growers, who also buy trees to sell, didn't get exactly what they ordered.

The Cole's Farm avoided a major impact, but now, the farmers are thinking about what customers will find the next time they shop with them.

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Permits are valid on National Forest System lands only and do not authorize tree cutting on private, state or other federally managed lands. The cost of a tree in a pot ranges from $39 to $59.

Artificial or real, here's where to buy the best trees in the Derbyshire area.

Part of the charm of coming out to a local Christmas tree farm is getting the whole experience of walking through the rows of trees until you find just the flawless one.

"It's being fixed as we speak", Bolen said. You may be able to get approximate prices from the farm before you set out to cut the tree.

Penland said the shortages are felt the most in booming urban areas of SC like Greenville, Charleston or Columbia.

It is expected that there will be huge pressure for retailers to secure their supplies early, with Christmas Tree Associations actively encouraging customers to perform their due diligence well in advance and get the results of their species, size, price, and quality comparisons early. "We're trying to bring in trees to help that. but hopefully in the near future, we can grow enough to take care of it".

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