November 15, 2013
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - State agricultural officials have released a guide for finding Christmas trees grown in Virginia.
The guide is published by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. It is free to the public and includes information on Christmas tree farms across the state and lists them by city or county.
Among the varieties of trees in this year's guide are Fraser, Douglas, Canaan, and concolor fir; Norway and Colorado blue spruce; Scotch, Virginia, and white pine; and Leyland cypress and cedar.
Copies of the guide can be obtained by calling (804) 786-2285 and are available online at www.virginiagrown.com .
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