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Christmas trees still healthy after dry summer

Even after a drought ridden summer, Holiday Hills Tree Farm in Terre Haute still has Christmas trees in great condition. Some even bigger than last season

Posted: Nov. 1, 2017 5:15 PM
Updated: Nov. 2, 2017 8:11 AM

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Halloween is over, which means people are going to start looking toward the Christmas season.

Doug Miller, owner of hickory hills tree farm says although we had a very dry summer, his trees are looking good this year. In fact, even better than some years past.

"Our dry spell this year came late in the year, so the trees all had their growth on by the time it dried out so, it really didn't affect our crop this year, they really look pretty good."

Now Miller says that since their crop has been so good, it's better to act sooner rather than later.

And they have an easy system. Just find your perfect tree, find the tag, and tell them the letter and number of your tree, that's it.

Just another local business making the holidays a little brighter

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