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Where Can You Buy a Real Christmas Tree Around Troy?

Here are a few of our readers' favorite places to pick up a real Christmas tree. Is your favorite on the list?

The weekend after Thanksgiving is, for many, the traditional time to put up the Christmas tree. And while some prefer artificial trees, which you can purchase almost anywhere, others want the real thing.

On Monday, we asked Troy Patch readers where they go to buy their real Christmas trees. Here are their top picks:

Telly's Greenhouse. The top choice of Troy Patch readers, Telly's received multiple recommendations. Telly's is on John R Road north of Big Beaver Road; for more information, call 248-689-8735 or visit www.tellys.com.

St. Alan's Church. "Just got a big shipment on Saturday," Lisa Rivers wrote. The church is located on Glouchester Drive, west of Coolidge Highway (between Maple and Big Beaver roads). For more information, call 248-649-5510 or visit www.stalanchurch.org.

Uncle Luke's Feed Store. "Uncle Luke's on Livernois has the best trees," Carolynn Hoenle Teufner wrote. "They survive a long time once you bring them in the house. Just have to keep them watered." Uncle Luke's is located on Livernois between Square Lake Road and South Boulevard; for more information, call 248-879-9147 or visit unclelukes.com.

English Gardens. "English Gardens usually has some," Katie Taylor Mowrey wrote. English Gardens is located on Coolidge Highway in Royal Oak, just north of 14 Mile Road. For more information, call 248-280-9500 or visit www.englishgardens.com.

Mutch's Hidden Pines. "Not in Troy...but a real farm and you cut your own tree down. Hot cocoa and everything," Shelleen McHale wrote. Mutch's is located at 303 West Newark Road in Lapeer; for more information, call 810-667-2711 or visit www.mutchshiddenpines.com.

Where do you go to buy a real, fresh Christmas tree? Tell us in the comments!

Ann Erickson Gault November 23, 2012 at 12:39 PM
We bought an artificial tree a few years ago. Before that we loved to get our tree from Blakes Farm on Armada Center Road. If you want the full experience, you can take a wagon out in the fields to cut your own. Otherwise, you can buy a fresh cut tree at a reasonable price. They shake it, wrap it, and help put it on your vehicle no extra charge. Hot cider and goodies are available in the store. Well worth the trip.

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