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Drought not affecting local Christmas tree farm

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Thanksgiving is next week, but for those wanting to get into the Christmas spirit a little early, Holloway's Christmas Tree Farm in Nipomo is now open.

The choose and cut farm has about 3,000 trees for sale, growing mostly Monterey pines and also white and douglas firs. They import about 2,000 noble, fraser, and grand fir trees from Washington State.

Owner Carl Holloway says their trees are not affected by the drought. He says they open early, the 17th of November, for those who choose or need to celebrate Christmas early.

Hidden Springs Tree Farm in Atascadero, where people can also choose and cut Christmas trees, opens the day after Thanksgiving. 
 

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