Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Pickups begin Jan. 2 in Lower Merion, Jan. 7 in Narberth. All discarded trees will be ground into mulch at Lower Merion's public works complex.
Discarded Christmas trees will be picked up from residences in early January in Lower Merion and Narberth, then ground into mulch at the township public works complex in Penn Valley. In Lower Merion, the Shade Tree Commission will begin picking up trees on Wednesday, Jan. 2, to mulch them at the public works complex in Penn Valley. After a couple weeks, township spokesman Tom Walsh said, tree pickup will fall to regular trash collectors. In Narberth, the trees will be picked up curbside every day Monday, Jan. 7 through Friday, Jan. 11. Trees can also be dropped off at the public works complex, at 1300 N. Woodbine Ave. in Penn Valley. All collected trees will be fed into a chipper, so residents are asked to remove all decorations before …
Monday, December 17, 2012
If you have another favorite place locally, tell us in the comments.
Not sure where to get a Christmas tree this season? Several neighborhoods in Lower Merion and Narberth have convenient locations: Which place is best? Do you have another Christmas tree destination in Lower Merion or Narberth? Tell us in the comments section below.
Sunday, November 25, 2012
Tell your neighbors where to get the best deal in Lower Merion and Narberth.
One of the first items on some post-Thanksgiving shopping lists is the Christmas tree. Patch wants your help in telling neighborhood newcomers where to look for theirs in Lower Merion and Narberth. Do you go with the hardware store's selection? Prefer a smaller, impromptu tree stand in a parking lot or on a corner? Where are the best looking trees? Who offers the best prices? Please tell us in the comments below, and post your pictures of trees you've put up for past Christmases.
Friday, December 23, 2011
What's your favorite place to get a Christmas tree in Lower Merion?
Friday, December 23, 2011
Patch wants to know where the best places to shop for Christmas trees in Lower Merion are. Is it an old standby in Narberth (next door to Ricklin's at Haverford & N. Essex, or the CYO trees at St. Maggie's?), or maybe Trevor Lord's new place in Ardmore? Vote for your favorite place in the survey below and feel free to leave a review. Did we miss one or two? Let us know and we'll add it to the poll. And in the event of a tie on our survey, we will break the tie by counting the positive comments written below. So please let us know why you think your choice is the best.