Several nonprofits are selling Christmas trees in the Largo area.
Ready to pull out the boxes of holiday ornaments, glittery tinsel and strings of lights? If a "real" Christmas tree is part of your holiday decorating plan, several nonprofits around Largo have plenty of fresh trees for sale. Proceeds benefit the hosting nonprofits and other local charities. For 30 years, St. Paul's United Methodist Church has sold Christmas trees. The trees are tucked under a yellow and white tent across from the church at the intersection of Rosery Road and Highland Avenue. The men's ministry at the church runs the sale and some of the men even go up to North Carolina to get the trees. Wreaths are also available. Places to buy Christmas trees: 1. St. Paul's United Methodist Church 2. Boy Scout Troop 340 3. Seminole …
Enjoy holiday music, seasonal decorations, children's activities, a visit from Santa and more on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
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- On Largo Patch
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Largo residents can order a free tree from the city while the supplies last.
Want to add some cool shade to your yard? If you live within the City of Largo, you can register for a free seven-gallon size tree, while supplies last. Residents can register online. Trees will not be available until January but the city needs to order the trees soon. Residents can choose from six different species of trees, which are known to grow well in urban environments, said Largo Park Intern Taylor Kahns. The trees, which resident can check out on the city's Web site, include bald cypress, crape myrtle (two varieties), southern live oak, southern magnolia, red maple and winged elm. The goal of the free tree program is to increase the number of trees in town. Trees help absorb water after storms, provide shade and many other …