Where Do You Get Your Christmas Tree?

Tell us where you get your "perfect" tree.

Despite the rain this weekend, there were many trees strapped to the roofs of cars headed to homes all over town.

Whether you've picked up your tree or not, where you go to get your tree each year? Perhaps you have a place you go year after year, or maybe you're trying a new spot this year.

After doing a story for The East Hampton Star on the Sag Harbor Lions Club, which sells trees to raise money for local charities, I started going down to the windmill at the foot of the Long Wharf each Christmas. For the past three years, the same Lions Club member, Ryan Horn, has sold me the "perfect" tree. This year, was no different.

Tell us where you get your perfect tree.

Jennifer Rockford December 10, 2012 at 08:05 PM
year after year: The Windmill in Sag to support the Lions Club. Great organization, local, good trees and before the windmill sustained damagein October going inside to pay was like being in Santa's Workshop!
barbara engel December 10, 2012 at 10:16 PM
Corner stand at Stephen Hand's Path and Rt. 114. Lovely balsams and very nice people.
bernette December 11, 2012 at 12:29 AM
From a box ..that I keep in my garage from Walmart 123 easy
CUL8R December 11, 2012 at 12:53 PM
Spring Close Farms (on Spring Close Hwy). The have so many gorgeous trees at great prices and all different varieties to choose from! And they do everything...give your tree a fresh cut, put it in its stand (if you need help) and load it into or on top of your vehicle! Plus it's supporting a small local business!
randie huff December 13, 2012 at 01:42 PM
wall mart


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