Pop-N-Son Christmas Tree Farm

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Pop-N-Son Christmas Tree Farm
Pop-N-Son Christmas Tree Farm offers Tree Services services in Garner NC.

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Pop-N-Son Christmas Tree Farm has an overall ZapScore of 92. This means that Pop-N-Son Christmas Tree Farm has a higher ZapScore than 92% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Garner, North Carolina is 39 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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North Carolina Christmas Tree Association is with Janet Coleman.
Christmas trees are 100% recyclable so make sure you contact your recycling company to see if they are doing a Christmas tree pickup!

Instead of spending money on new bark mulch this year, turn your Christmas tree into bark mulch. Not only will it save you money but it will also help the environment.

Turn your old Christmas trees into a wildlife sanctuary by stringing orange peels and filling it with bird food.


Christmas is officially over (sadness) but you can continue to make the environmentally friendly choice by... fb.me/KGeViBXm

Christmas is officially over (sadness) but you can continue to make the environmentally friendly choice by recycling your real Christmas tree. Here are a few things you can do 1. Contact your recycling company to see if they will do a Christmas tree pick-up 2. Bring it to your local recycling center 3. If you have a chipper make mulch out of the trunk 4. Create an animal feeder out of by stringing dried oranges or other food on it 5. Place it where soil is easily eroded in your area and it will slow it down

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THIS is the real meaning of Christmas <3 #ItsChristmasKeepItReal fb.me/8deU8L1NQ


"...the majority don't actually grow in a strictly triangular shape, so trimming is a crucial task when growing... fb.me/84VX4qVxe


Hear what NCCTA's president has to say about artificial Christmas trees! fb.me/3ZwpFA2y0


If you got a tree from any of our member farms and got a cute photo then send in your photos to our 2017-2018 photoβ€ twitter.com/i/web/status/9…