Re: Leaning trees Good point, Rich. People in Manhattan pretty much expect to have all of their needs met on the walk from the subway station to their apartments. I'm certainly one of those people. I picked up a little tree for myself the other day (her name is Loretta)... I didn't have a location in my mind of where to get one, I just knew that on my walk back from the subway I would inevitably stumble upon at least one tree seller (more like 3), as well as various stores where I could get ornaments. And I was right!
Re: Leaning trees Ah, yeah, in the more suburban areas of New York, you'd go to a garden center or pop-up tree shop. But in Manhattan, you can barely walk two blocks without coming upon one of these sellers.
Re: Leaning trees I jest, of course. But I've never seen them propped up like this in a central London street. I suppose I could get one in garden centres, stalls in parks, and Christmas fairs, but I'd have to seek it out. Your way seems more convenient.
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