I have to admit, this one was a first for me.
I saw a car with a Christmas tree on top, wrapped in the netting from
a tree vendor, with the stand already attached. It was one of the PITA
stands with the 4 threaded rods, like this one:
My assumption is that he either brought the stand with him or
bought it with the tree and asked them to mount it for him.
I have this kind of stand and either have the tree farm drill the
tree after I cut it down or I drill it myself if they don't offer
the service. These days, most "Cut Your Own" tree farms drill it
On Wed, 2 Dec 2015 08:20:22 -0800 (PST), DerbyDad03
I think it is the other way around. A blacksmith in New England
planted small stands, like this one but smaller, and they grew, but in
some areas they've attracted phagocyctes and mindocytes, which also
grew into fir trees. The vendors are selling the stands, but the
trees are attached and hard to remove, so they have to be purchased
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