Tree Men & A Lady Christmas Tree Sales Beginning Nov. 26

Nov. 23, 2010

Beginning Friday, Nov. 26, fresh and affordable evergreens will be available for purchase at Tree Men & A Lady on Milwaukee’s south side. Conveniently located at 4507 S. 6th St., just two blocks north of Layton Ave., Tree Men & A Lady’s annual selection includes balsam firs, white pines, Fraser firs and scotch pines. Prices range from $30 - $50, plus every shopper receives a free small poinsettia with a tree purchase.

 

Wreaths, roping and outdoor combo planters also range among the offerings. Spruce up the homestead, inside or out, with cedar or balsam garland and wreaths from 12” to 48”.

 

Tree Men & A Lady is located within the year-round Custom Grown Greenhouse, 4507 S. 6th St., which offers traditional and specialty poinsettias in a variety of sizes and colors. Choose from 4”, 6”, 7” or 10” pots of winter rose, punch, white, Monet, burgundy, jingle bells and red poinsettias, as well as mistletoe and Christmas cacti. Plant sales will take place daily from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

 

Tree Men & A Lady is a local business with a reputation of delivering quality products and first-rate service. Staff will assist with tree selection, trunk or branch cuts, and help shoppers load trees into or onto their vehicle.

 

Don’t forget to bring the camera! A merry holiday event will take place Friday, Dec. 3 – Sunday, Dec. 5. Tree hunters will enjoy complimentary hot cocoa and cookies among the company of Santa’s elves. The jolly affair will be a winter wonderland scene, worthy of your next holiday greeting card.

 

Tree Men & A Lady Hours:

November 26 – December 23 (or until all trees are sold!)

Monday – Saturday: 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Sunday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

 

For more information on Tree Men & A Lady, call 414.788.9135.

 

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