17 Comments on "How To Get Rid Of Your Christmas Tree"
I liked it too 🙂
Not nearly as funny as flip side
I love watching for thrown out Christmas trees. My hand to God, I've seen one sitting on the curb in April. Hoarder? Forgotten in the basement? This is Manhattan. People don't have backyards for mulching.
I liked it!
I heard an interview with one of the founders on the radio a month or so ago.
I think this is the company, and their website
The Little Tree Company
That's ingenious too. Where do you live?
Ooh, what a good idea. I love the smell of real Christmas trees x
We always take our (live) tree to our local park, they have people on site year round to chop and chip trees to make mulch for the playground and local schools.
In the UK there's a company that rents out the trees. It gets delivered in a pot, you use it, then they collect it and re-plant it. You can even have the same tree the following year (accepting it may be a little bigger).
Apparently it works, and they don't have any problem with dead trees. No idea what it costs.
I thought it was amusing…but I may be in the minority 😉
As much as I love a real tree they are so messy and very expensive so I but something alive that will last for years…or until it out grows the apartment.
That was the Flatiron Building on 23rd Street NYC in the last shot….
is that the guy from the backstreet boys!